Boris Johnson today signalled his intention to bulldoze his political opponents at the general election on Thursday as he drove a Brexit-themed JCB digger through a wall emblazoned with the word ‘gridlock’. The Prime Minister took the election battle to Staffordshire this afternoon as he visited a JCB factory in Uttoxeter. Mr Johnson has repeatedly vowed during the election campaign to replace the old parliament with one that can finally agree a Brexit deal and take the UK out of the European Union. Today he used the powerful visual metaphor of a piece of heavy machinery emblazoned with his ‘Get Brexit Done’ mantra – and with a Union flag paint job – crashing through a Styrofoam wall to hammer home his key message to voters. Mr Johnson then used a speech at the factory to urge voters to back the Tories on Thursday as he warned a Labour government would be an ‘economic disaster for this country’. A pumped up Mr Johnson launched a sustained attack on Jeremy Corbyn as he labelled the Labour leader’s Brexit policy of negotiating a new divorce deal with Brussels without a commitment to then back it at a proposed second referendum as ‘ludicrous’. Mr… Read full this story
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