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”