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Queen Intervention in Brexit As Boris May Not Become PM

Her Majesty the Queen is now being encouraged to get involved within the Brexit situation, as Parliament threatens to stop the United Kingdom leaving the European Union.

The United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in the summer of 2016. It’s now three years on since the UK voted to leave, and not only have we taken part in the European elections, but we’ve also not budged further forward with the ambition to leave under a true no-deal.

Supporters of Her Majesty the Queen would like a direct intervention by the Monarch. The Queen is head of state of the United Kingdom, and, as such, does have the power to take the UK out, no matter what Parliament says.

Boris Johnson might not become Prime Minister, if his competitor, Jeremy Hunt, manages to persuade the majority of Tory party members’ that he is the man for the job.

It’s now widely known that the likes of Jeremy Hunt want a soft no-deal Brexit. The only true option for the United Kingdom is to leave the EU on a clean-slate, no-deal WTO Brexit.