“They will come and join the Brexit Party and we will do this democratically and we will do it peacefully.”
Following the House of Commons controversy, Mr Johnson said “tempers need to come down”.
However, he refused to stop using the word “surrender”.
But according to The Times, one cabinet minister said: “In this country, we never had the gilets jaunes (yellow vests) or the LA riots in 1992.
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