“The people voted to regain control”. Johnson rejected accusations of Russian interference in Brexit

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is confident that the citizens of the United Kingdom voted for the country’s withdrawal from the EU because of Russia’s interference, but because they wanted to regain control of the state. He stated this on July 22, speaking in Parliament. A fragment of his speech published Channel 4 News, commenting on the report of the parliamentary intelligence Committee

“The people of this country voted for an exit from the EU not because of pressure or intervention on the part of Russia, they voted because they wanted to regain control [over the country],” he said.


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