Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II was disappointed in British policies and considers them to be “unable to manage”. About it reports the Sunday Times citing a source close to the Royal family.
According to the source, which the publication characterizes as “infallible”, that remark the Queen made at a private event in 2016 after the resignation of David Cameron. However, since then, her frustration only increased.
Also the Queen was outraged by the desire of members of Parliament to involve her in the resolution of the crisis caused by Brexit. This statement has become one of the most sharp all the time 67-year reign of Elizabeth II.
In July 2019, it was reported that Prime Minister Boris Johnson in preparation for the country’s withdrawal from the European Union intends to spend on the advertising campaign more than 100 million pounds (120 million dollars).
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