Boris Johnson calls new election manifesto for radically

British prime minister promises to restore confidence and security in the business world and in the individual families. Prime minister Boris Johnson said Sun

Boris Johnson calls new election manifesto for radically

British prime minister promises to restore confidence and security in the business world and in the individual families.

Prime minister Boris Johnson said Sunday at the presentation of the conservative party's new election manifesto, that his agenda for the Uk's "radical".

- When you see our election manifesto, so we see a radical agenda. We are now less than three weeks from the most crucial elections in modern times. The choice has never been more important, he says.

- Get the brexit implemented, and then we can have restored confidence and security in the business world and in the individual families, says Johnson, who presents the program in the town of Telford in central England.

The conservative party promises that it will not let the income tax and the vat rise. The party promises at the same time to stop a number of years, with cuts in national budgets. There will have to be pumped billions of pounds into the public sector.

Johnson has promised to make the streets of Britain safer by recruiting 20 000 Sultanbet new police officers. In addition, he will hire an additional 50,000 nurses.

" Health care budgets in 2023-24 be strengthened with up to 34 billion pounds. At least 20 hospitals must be strengthened and modernised, and there will need to be rebuilt 40 over the next decade.

In relation to immigration will Johnson have stopped for the free movement of EU citizens and to introduce a pointbaseret system after the australian model.

Other policy promises include more money for families, to educational training and training on the labour market, as well as improvements in the efficiency in the energy sector.

- Let us become climate-neutral by 2050 and Corbyn-neutral by christmas, " says Johnson in a note on the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn.

A poll by Britain Elects shows that the conservatives stand to get 42 percent of the vote, while Labour stand to get 29 percent. The Liberal Democrats, who favour british membership of the european UNION stands to gain 15 percent. Brexitpartiet is at six percent, and The Green is at three percent.

The conservatives have gone significantly forward, after Johnson became party leader after Theresa May four months ago.

Political commentators are, however, cautious to make predictions, since most were very surprised by the elections in 2017. Then had May a large lead in the polls during the election campaign, but it was greatly reduced by the choice.

/ritzau/Reuters

Date Of Update: 24 November 2019, 17:00

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