Tory MP Commends "Amazing" Boris Johnson As A "Serious Force" In Politics

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May has repeated ruled out a new Brexit vote, and insists her plan is the only way to protect cross-border trade in goods and avoid physical checks on the Irish border.

Asked how this effect could be stopped, he replied: 'By getting a deal, and I believe that when the Prime Minister lands this deal and brings it back, there will actually be a boost to the economy, as businesses start making those investments that they've deferred over the a year ago or so, consumers start spending on big-ticket items as they feel more confident knowing where we are going in the future.

Asked if the Conservative Party can stay together in the face of differences over Brexit, Mr Hammond told BBC1 Breakfast: 'We have to, because beyond Brexit. there will be many other big challenges'.

She added: "What drives me, what drives the government, is the national interest".

The Chancellor also said Mr Johnson was doomed to fail in his bid to be the next Conservative prime minister.

Twenty-six percent had their doubts she would keep her promise while only 12% said they had their full trust in her maintaining her pledge.

The comments came after Mr Hammond used an interview with the Daily Mail to launch a furious volley at Boris Johnson.

Costing the taxpayer £120 million (US$156 million), it will have an Olympic Games-style "delivery body" and it is hoped it will bring billions of pounds worth of investment into the country.

"It is the Conservative approach that gets things done".

LONDON - The UK would crash out of the European Union without a deal rather than pursuing a soft Brexit, Dominic Raab will warn today.

To regain the initiative, the Uxbridge MP will make what aides called a "wide-ranging" speech, which will set out his own agenda on tax cuts, law and order and housing.

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Attacking Mr Corbyn's Labour conference speech, Mr Johnson will say: "It was astonishing that he had absolutely nothing to say about the wealth-creating sector of the economy".

But Johnson's remarks defending capitalism are sure to be seen as an admission that he blundered this summer when he dismissed corporate worries over Brexit with the remark "f*ck business".

On the opening day of the conference, the former trade minister Digby Jones denounced Mr Johnson as "irrelevant and offensive" for attacking business.

In his latest outburst, the former Foreign Secretary blasted Theresa May's Brexit plan ahead of the Conservative Party Conference, calling the proposal "deranged" and "preposterous".

Under Tory leadership rules, 48 MPs are needed to trigger a vote of confidence in May.

"The prime minister was very clear and very honest with the public that if we want in the future a growing NHS to support our aging population of course we'll have to accept a little more tax to fund that service", he said.

For those wanting to live and work in the United Kingdom longer term, there will be a new immigration system for applicants with the skills that help meet Britain's needs.

And in his lunchtime speech at a ConservativeHome fringe event, he will say the Tories need to "believe in Conservative values" if they are to beat Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

Currently EU citizens get fast-tracked through e-gates while tourists or businessmen from countries like Japan and Australia have to queue for passport control.

"If we can't obtain a deal that secures that objective. if an attempt is made to lock us in via the back door of the European Economic Area (EEA) and customs union. or if the only offer from the EU threatens the integrity of the Union, then we will be left with no choice but to leave without a deal".

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