A mutual admiring of Churchill was bound to ensure the bonding of Britain’s Boris and our Winston

New Zealand  should have a  head start in revitalising  its  relationship  with a post-Brexit  Britain   if  Boris  Johnson  steps  into  10  Downing   Street.

NZ’s  Foreign  Minister  Winston  Peters  reckons  he’s  already  established  mateship  with  Johnson.  He  told  TVNZ’s  Q&A  programme  Johnson “likes NZ  and  likes NZ  politicians”.

Moreover   when he was  Foreign Secretary   Johnson re-engaged with the Pacific.

And, significantly,  Johnson and Peters  share a  mutual  admiration of the  qualities  of leadership  of  the  UK’s  greatest Prime  Minister   Winston  Churchill. Continue reading “A mutual admiring of Churchill was bound to ensure the bonding of Britain’s Boris and our Winston”