‘Right leader, wrong policies!’ Lord Frost warns Boris Johnson about the post-Brexit path.


‘Right leader, wrong policies!’ Lord Frost warns Boris Johnson about the post-Brexit path.

Former Brexit minister Lord Frost has warned that Boris Johnson could lose the next general election unless he improves the UK’s current economic situation.

In his first interview since resigning as Britain’s Brexit Minister,, 56, warned Prime Minister Theresa May to change the country’s current “direction of travel” in order to appeal to voters.

He also urged Mr Johnson to “concentrate on rebuilding the nation,” emphasizing “free markets, free debate, and low taxes.”

He made it clear in an exclusive interview with Mail on Sunday that he does not want the Prime Minister to resign, but rather that the people and policies surrounding him be changed.

“What I think we need to do is be clearer about our destination and how we’re going to get there,” he said.

“I also believe the Prime Minister should trust his instincts a little more.”

Lord Frost, who was critical of the current situation inside No10, advised Boris that “machinery changes and different voices” were needed.

“When the PM wants something to happen, the levers that he pulls have a right to actually produce something,” he continued.

And he has a right to the best advice available to him.

“I believe that machinery changes are required, as well as the presence of different voices around him, to ensure that he receives the best possible advice.”

Lord Frost, speaking about his own “manifesto,” which he hopes the PM will adopt, warned the PM that unless he “sets the direction of travel,” the next election could be lost.

“I believe we must focus on rebuilding the nation and being proud of our history,” he said.

“We need to re-energize the economy, which requires free markets, open debate, and low taxes.”

“People need to take a look at this country and realize that things are changing.”

You must determine the direction of travel.

“We’ve got to develop that if we’re going to get out of this little trough and win the election in a couple of years.”

The next general election is set for Thursday, May 2, 2024.

Lord Frost, a Brexit minister, resigned from the UK government in December of last year, citing “concerns about the current course of travel.”

In a letter to Boris Johnson, the Brexit negotiator, he wrote:

“News from the Brinkwire.”


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