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Boris Johnson warned a Labour super-majority can be “pregnant with horrors” as he gave a shock look at a Conservative Party rally on Tuesday.

The former prime minister accused Sir Keir Starmer of making an attempt to “usher in the most left-wing Labour government since the war” and urged voters: “Don’t let the Putinistas deliver the Corbynistas.”

Rishi Sunak’s predecessor took to the stage forward of Thursday’s basic election in a last-ditch try to assemble assist for the present Tory chief, who’s considered on the verge of main the celebration to its worst defeat in historical past, in accordance with polling for The Independent.

Mr Johnson advised campaigners: “Don’t let Putin’s pet parrots give this entire country psittacosis – which is a disease you get by the way from cosying up to pet parrots.”

He added: “If you want uncontrolled immigration and mandatory wokery, and pointless kowtowing to Brussels again, then go right ahead, make my day, vote for Starmer.”

It got here because the UK’s postal vote system is “creaking”, the chief of the election watchdog has mentioned, as a “record” quantity of postal votes are anticipated this 12 months.

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Lib Dem deputy chief says Boris Johnson look is an ‘insult’

Boris Johnson’s look at a Conservative Party marketing campaign rally is “an insult”, the Liberal Democrats’ deputy chief has mentioned.

Responding to the previous prime minister’s look on the rally in central London, held late on Tuesday night, Daisy Cooper mentioned: “This is an insult to everyone who made heartbreaking sacrifices during the pandemic.

“Rishi Sunak has reached a desperate new low, turning to a man who discredited the office of Prime Minister and lied to the country time after time.

“It is time to boot out this tired and sleaze-ridden Conservative Party, and elect Liberal Democrat MPs who will stand up for their communities.”

Boris Johnson delivers a speech in central London (James Manning/PA)
Boris Johnson delivers a speech in central London (James Manning/PA) (PA Wire)

Holly Evans3 July 2024 07:28

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Boris Johnson claims different events allegedly ‘full of Kremlin crawlers’

Addressing a crowd of Conservative Party supporters, former prime minister Boris Johnson advised them Sir Keir Starmer would attempt to “usher in the most left-wing Labour government since the war”.

Making a reference to “other parties” allegedly “full of Kremlin crawlers”, Mr Johnson mentioned: “Don’t let the Putinistas deliver the Corbynistas. Don’t let Putin’s pet parrots give this entire country psittacosis – which is a disease you get by the way from cosying up to pet parrots.”

He added: “Everybody if you actually want higher taxes next week, this year, if you feel you’ve got a few thousand to spare, then vote Labour on Thursday. If you want uncontrolled immigration and mandatory wokery, and pointless kowtowing to Brussels again, then go right ahead, make my day, vote for Starmer.

“But if you want to protect our democracy and our economy and keep this country strong abroad by spending 2.5% of our GDP on defence which Labour still refuses to commit to, then you know what to do, don’t you, everybody?

“There’s only one thing to do – vote Conservative on Thursday my friends and I know you will. I know you will.”

Boris Johnson joined the Conservative Party on the campaign trail just over 48 hours before General Election polls close (James Manning/PA)
Boris Johnson joined the Conservative Party on the marketing campaign path simply over 48 hours earlier than General Election polls shut (James Manning/PA) (PA Wire)

Holly Evans3 July 2024 07:20

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Who will probably be in Labour’s cupboard if Keir Starmer wins the final election?

The cupboard is made up of about 20 senior ministers, every appointed by the prime minister and most with their very own division.

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‘Exodus’: One in seven younger Black and Asian Britons ‘plan to quit UK’ over authorities failings and racism

One in seven younger Black and Asian Britons are making concrete plans to depart the UK resulting from authorities failings, racism and financial worries, a brand new examine suggests.

A survey by analysis consultancy Word on the Curb discovered 15 per cent of 18 to 34-year-olds on this group are actively exploring choices to to migrate, whereas an additional 51% of these polled mentioned they’d just lately considered transferring overseas.

Among key causes given for wanting to depart, 39 per cent of respondents cited the price of residing disaster, 28 per cent dissatisfaction with the present authorities, whereas 19 per cent mentioned racial inequality was an element.

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Senior Tory was trustee at church that ‘supported conversion therapy’

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Second Reform candidate quits to endorse Tories citing ‘racism and bigotry’ on damaging day for Farage

Ms David’s transfer follows that of Liam Booth-Isherwood, who was standing within the seat of Erewash beneath the Reform banner but additionally dropped out of the race saying he had turn into “increasingly disillusioned” with the behaviour of the celebration, citing a “significant moral issue” inside its ranks.

Maryam Zakir Hussain3 July 2024 04:00

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General election: Where do the primary celebration manifestos stand on key areas from NHS to immigration

The insurance policies inside these paperwork clarify what every celebration would intention to attain throughout their time in energy, ought to they efficiently safe a parliamentary majority.

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Jacob Rees-Mogg evokes Trump as he says he needs to construct a wall within the English Channel

In a leaked recording obtained by The Guardianhe mentioned: “If I were American I’d want the border closed, I’d be all in favour of building a wall. I’d want to build a wall in the middle of the English Channel,” the previous cupboard minister mentioned.

Maryam Zakir Hussain3 July 2024 02:00

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General election: Who are the primary celebration leaders and what are their insurance policies?

Millions of voters in Britain are going to the polls on Thursday July 4 to decide on a brand new Prime Minister and a brand new authorities.

Voters will elect 650 MPs representing as many constituencies, or native areas, and the chief of the celebration that returns probably the most lawmakers will turn into prime minister.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s Conservatives are extensively anticipated to lose to the primary opposition celebration, the left-of-center Labour, after 14 years in energy beneath 5 totally different prime ministers.

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What is a ‘supermajority’ – and will Labour safe one on the basic election?

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