Boris Johnson formally launched the Conservative Party’s general election campaign this evening with a rally in Birmingham as the race for Number 10 finally kicked into gear. The Prime Minister looked to shake off a series of setbacks as he urged Tory activists to help him defeat Jeremy Corbyn on December 12 so that he can deliver his ‘ready to go’ Brexit deal. Mr Johnson predicted that resolving Brexit would lead to a ‘tidal wave of investment’ flooding into the UK. He also launched a stinging attack on the Labour leader as he warned voters: ‘The Labour Party always runs out of other people’s money.’ He also unveiled the Conservative Party’s snap poll slogan: ‘Get Brexit Done Unleash Britain’s Potential’. His address to the Conservative grassroots came after he delivered a statement on the steps of Downing Street after going to see the Queen to inform her Parliament had been dissolved. Mr Johnson said the public must decide whether they want a Tory government that would cut ties with the EU and invest in public services, or the ‘horror show’ offered by Mr Corbyn. But his election push was thrown into turmoil earlier today by the dramatic resignation of Welsh Secretary Alun… Read full this story
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