Boris Johnson has urged voters to back his ‘oven-ready’ Brexit deal at the ballot box on December 12 as he started the general election campaign with a massive 17 point poll lead over Jeremy Corbyn. The Prime Minister is out on the campaign trail today as the election battle got underway in earnest and he blamed MPs for stopping him from sticking to his ‘do or die’ Brexit pledge. Today was supposed to be the day that Mr Johnson took the UK out of the EU with or without a deal but instead the divorce date has been pushed back to January 31 next year. Mr Johnson insisted the delay was not his fault as he called on voters to oust Remainer MPs and give him a pro-Leave Tory majority to implement his divorce accord. Speaking in Cambridge today he said: ‘There are too many people [in Parliament] who are basically opposed to Brexit, who want to frustrate it and so the only thing we can really do now is go to the people, go to the country and say come on, let’s get this thing done. ‘We have got an oven-ready deal, put it in the microwave as soon as we… Read full this story
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