'Nervous' Boris Johnson promises Brexit, less immigration ahead of election
Sunday, 8 December 2019 LONDON - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was nervous about his narrowing lead in opinion polls ahead of Thursday's election but pledged to deliver a "transformative" Brexit on Jan. 31 that would allow lower immigration. The Dec. 12 election will decide the fate of Brexit and the world's fifth largest economy with a stark choice between Johnson's pro-market Conservatives and the socialist-led opposition Labour Party. "Brexit is the most radical and profound change to the management of...
Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits a catering firm in Derby and helps make a pie on his final day of campaigning. However, after placing the pie into an oven, he pulled out a previously made dish to unveil to reporters as 'The Get Brexit Done Pie'.
Top scientists, researchers and mathematicians will be given fast-tracked entry to the UK from next month, the Prime Minister has announced. Boris Johnson said he wanted to send a message that Britain..
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