Ex-Labour member asks people to vote for Johnson, brands Corbyn unfit

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been roasted online as he compared the Brexit deal to a microwave meal for the second time.

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He will need now need to recover from another tough start. "I want to as deputy leader change all of that, change the way the country is now developing, change the way we're seeing hate overcome hope, change the script on all of that".

It was the Labour vote we hurt and if you look at my schedule this week and where I'm going, I think the five million Labour leavers are the most likely people to vote for the Brexit Party - that is our key target audience.

Responding to Watson's resignation, Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn wrote: "I want to sincerely thank you on behalf of everyone in our movement for your contribution to this Party over the last 30 years".

He said: "Our attitude is this: at an election, people deserve a choice - and there is a full menu on offer this time". "I overruled advice from others and I made a decision to put the COP26 climate change summit not in London ... but in Glasgow, because it's a fantastic place and it gives us the chance to show off Glasgow to the rest of the world".

"Completely unfit to lead the Labour party". Farage's party is still on around 10%, prompting fears among Brexiteers that this will split the Brexit vote.

Mr Austin quit Labour in February in response to what he claimed was a "culture of extremism, anti-Semitism and intolerance".

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"As I've said we would drive a hard bargain". Polls show the overwhelming majority of British Jews consider him to be personally antisemitic.

Reacting to Labour's statement that they would not do any deals with the SNP, Mr Johnson said: "Pull the other one - it's got bells on".

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'It's really not very complicated, ' Corbyn told his supporters.

"It is a matter of deep regret", Mr Johnson told Sky News, before criticising US president Donald Trump for saying his Brexit deal with Brussels would prevent a future Britain/US trade agreement.

"I'm sure the business community, the farmers, the agri-food producers, retailers, cross-border workers, young people and many others would have welcomed the opportunity to confront Boris Johnson about the impact of Brexit".

Prime Minister Boris Johnson tabled a motion for an early general election in October after MPs forced him to request a Brexit extension from the European Union until January 31.