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Last week it might have been a kipper.
Boris Johnson stood up, waved a fish about and rubbished EU rules on plastic wrapping.
Fake news it seems. A red herring. Another red bus blunder.
Whatever. The EU swiftly rendered the kipper dead in the water.
But will Boris’s chances as prime minister fare any better?
The EU are resolute. They are not going to have the Withdrawal Agreement thrown off the table. They are not going to have the Irish Backstop off the menu.
With no deal, it looks like Boris is caught between a rock in Brussels and a hard place in Westminster full of dissident backbenchers.
And currently he insists a General Election is not going to happen before Brexit.
You have to ask ‘Is Boris brown bread?’
Or maybe he’s just Marmite.
In the few days since becoming PM there’s a detectable mood of change.
Talking up what the UK is capable of.
Something we at Britannia Bureau like.
We have been going on like a cracked record for three years about taking control of your own Brexit battle.
Currently we’re geared up for 200 million additional customs declarations after Brexit. Ready to help 170,000 businesses without any previous foreign trade experience.
We can still guide companies towards gaining AEO status. (or prepare them for a compatible version of it.)
We are ever ready to help you reorganise supply chains utilising HMRC disclosures away from traditional ports and help you avoid unnecessary delays and costs post Brexit.
We have now built a pan European network and opened a ‘single window’ data entry customs reporting system for both sides of the channel.
We have created a totally bespoke supply chain management system called MY FREEWAY that can help halve import/export costs.
It’s all part of a ‘can do’ mentality that our clients are buying into.
That’s what Boris is also talking about.
Is he really asking you to believe in him?
Or is he trying to get you to believe in yourself?
Boris Johnson P.M. is definitely Marmite.
Come October, will P.M. stand for Prime Minister or Post Mortem?
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