The New York Times reports:
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will promise to bring his Brexit deal back to parliament before Christmas when he launches his Conservative Party’s manifesto on Sunday, the cornerstone of his pitch to voters to “get Brexit done”. With less than three weeks before Britain heads to the polls on Dec. 12, the governing Conservatives and opposition Labour are trying to tempt voters with different visions but several pledges to spend more on public services.
Johnson’s manifesto aims at drawing a distinction with Labour, which has promised to raise taxes on the richest and big businesses to fund a big expansion of the state, by vowing not to increase taxes if the Conservatives win the election. Opinion polls show Johnson’s Conservative Party commands a sizeable lead over the Labour Party, although large numbers of undecided voters means the outcome is not certain.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is promising to bring back his Brexit deal to Parliament before Christmas, if the Tories are returned to power in the UK General Election on 12 December https://t.co/ZD3jqTNU7o
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) November 24, 2019
— Reuters (@Reuters) November 24, 2019