‘Chuck Chequers’: Boris Johnson offers UK PM advice about Brexit plan

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He added: "I have a very strong view that the Prime Minister is listening and I believe that you will see a move in due course over the way the Chequers deal is being pushed and in fact we will end up with a free trade arrangement with the European Union".

"We believe that we have produced a proposal which can operate within the current framework of technology and administration to deliver a free flowing border with no infrastructure on the island of Ireland within the boundaries of a free trade agreement", Baker told BBC radio.

Philip Hammond has launched a scathing attack on Boris Johnson, saying he does not expect the former foreign secretary to become prime minister. "I don't think people find that his behaviour is one that would endear him to voters".

The newspaper reports that Johnson "spoke of his vision for a low tax, pro-business economy", and called for an increase in stop and search powers, as he directly courted members, who get the final say in any future leadership contest.

Johnson, who left the government during the summer over his opposition to May's Brexit plans and is the bookmakers' favorite to replace her, has declined to say whether he would challenge her for the leadership.

"That is that Jeremy Corbyn is to wealth creation what Diane Abbott is to mathematics".

In a message to the enthusiastic crowd he added: "I want you to make our political class, who are on the verge of betraying Brexit, feel the heat".

This included what she said was his "tearing up" of a guarantee to the people of Northern Ireland.

But if that's not decided ahead of time and negotiations break down at the last minute, the United Kingdom could crash out of the union, which businesses have warned against.

"The previous time he was insulting his wife, but this time it's something far more different: he's insulting not us, but millions of ordinary citizens who have lived under Soviet rule for so long".

"We want to capture that spirit for a new generation, celebrate our nation's diversity and talent, and mark this moment of national renewal with a once-in-a-generation celebration".

"I think one of the blights of British politics is politicians having fantastic ideas that cost a fortune and don't do much good", Mr Davis told Sky News's Sophy Ridge On Sunday.

"I believe that we can get a deal", she added.

"Our best days lie ahead of us".

The Tory gathering in Birmingham has been marked by a deepening rift over Brexit policy.

As party chairman, Mr Lewis restated his apology for the conference app fiasco which resulted in some MPs' contact details being accidentally disclosed.

"But any breach of data is completely unacceptable, it's why we have made a report to the Information Commissioner".

Dismissing calls for a so-called "people's vote", the British PM said any second referendum over the issue of Brexit would be a "politicians' vote" as the people had already given their verdict in the 2016 referendum.

The Information Commissioner's Office said it would be "making enquiries with the Conservative Party" and "organisations have a legal duty to keep personal data safe and secure".

On the sidelines, the likes of the former foreign secretary Boris Johnson have been actively working against her.

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