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Boris Johnson fuels speculation about United Kingdom leadership bid

Boris Johnson fuels speculation about United Kingdom leadership bid

The Foreign secretary has desmarado with its own manifesto of 4,000 words in pages of influential conservative daily The Daily Telegraph, become for a day in something like The Boris Telegraph.

His appearance in the press comes ahead of a Brexit speech by Prime Minister Theresa May in Florence on Friday.

Mr Green insisted Mrs May was the "driver" in the negotiations.

The Telegraph reported that Whitehall sources had said neither the Prime Minister nor the Chancellor were aware of Mr Johnson's article prior to its publication.

"We would not expect to pay for access to their markets any more than they would expect to pay for access to ours", he said.

Unidentified lawmakers within May's Conservative Party were cited by newspapers, including the Mail on Sunday and the Observer, as demanding Johnson's ouster for a move seen as a bid to replace her. Ruth Davidson, the party's Scotland leader, tweeted that "on the day of a terror attack where Britons were maimed, just hours after the threat level is raised, our only thoughts should be on service".

Boris Johnson has renewed the claim that the United Kingdom will have £350m per week to spend on the NHS after Brexit.

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Mrs Rudd, who campaigned for the Remain side in the European Union referendum, said she had been too busy dealing with the Parsons Green Tube attack to read Mr Johnson's piece and questioned the timing of its release.

He predicted Britain will succeed in its new national enterprise, adding: "and will succeed mightily". Corbyn's spokesperson said the article "laid bare the conflicts at the heart of Theresa May's Government" over the Brexit negotiations and "cut the ground from beneath the Prime Minister's authority".

Speaking on The Andrew Marr Show, this morning she clarified: 'What I meant by that is I don't want him managing the Brexit process'.

"Once we have settled our accounts, we will take back control of roughly 350 million pounds (475 million USA dollars) per week".

Meanwhile, 120 firms have signed a letter to Brexit Secretary David Davis and Brussels' lead negotiator Michel Barnier warning that jobs could be lost unless progress is made on a transitional deal between Britain and the bloc.

Jeremy Corbyn's spokesperson said the 10-point article by Johnson "exposed the Tories' real Brexit agenda - a race to the bottom in regulation and corporate tax cuts to benefit the wealthy few at the expense of the rights of the rest of us". "Coming out of the European Union will give us an opportunity to drive that message home", he said.


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