PM Boris Johnson asked voters to support him and the Conservatives at the December 12 election. He told voters to ‘get Brexit done’, and if not, they will have to put up with the ‘horror show’ of Jeremy Corbyn, he warned.
Officially launching the start of campaign from outside his Downing Street residence, Johnson said that if he was returned to power with a majority he would get on with ratifying his Brexit deal straight away.
“Come with us, get Brexit done and take this country forward, or, and this is the alternative next year, spend the whole of 2020 in a horror show of yet more dither and delay,” he said.
“(Labour) would spend the whole of 2020 having two referendums, one on Scotland … and another referendum on Brexit.”