BORIS Johnson vowed to send Jeremy Corbyn “into orbit” by unleashing a high wage, low tax economic plan to put rocket boosters under Britain.
He promised to hit back at Labour’s hard-left agenda by unleashing a high wage, low tax economic plan at the party Conference speech[/caption]
And mounting a passionate defence of capitalism, the PM hit back at Labour’s hard-left agenda — saying he would crush it when they dare to confront him in a general election.
Spelling out his vision in Manchester, Mr Johnson painted a country “open, outward looking, global in mindset and insisting on free trade”.
He added: “A high wage, low tax, high skill, high productivity economy — with incomes rising fastest for those who are lowest paid.”
He said the nation would have a clear choice between his optimism and Labour’s plans to renationalise swathes of industry, forcibly grab ten per cent of all companies and take control of every private school.
And he insisted the Tories were ready to beat Labour whenever the “chlorinated chickens waddle from the hencoop where they are hiding”.
He stormed: “Figuratively, if not literally, let us send Jeremy Corbyn into orbit where he belongs.”
‘BREATH OF FRESH AIR’
The blast came after the PM told Sun readers to expect tax cuts in the upcoming Budget.
As we exclusively revealed before the speech, he said he would put more money in hard-up Brits’ pockets.
And he promised to at least freeze or cut fuel duty in a victory for The Sun’s Keep It Down campaign.
Sir Nicholas Soames, one of 21 Tory rebels booted out in the party’s bitter Brexit war, took to Twitter to applaud the vision.
And the TaxPayers’ Alliance last night said the speech was a “breath of fresh air”.
The PM also tore into Speaker John Bercow and the zombie Parliament.
He said every MP would have been “voted out of the jungle” if it was a reality TV show.
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Referring to I’m A Celebrity, he said: “At least we could have watched the Speaker being forced to eat a kangaroo testicle.”
He also left Tory insiders open mouthed by appearing to have a dig at Michael Gove’s cocaine past by highlighting the coke habits of the “bourgeoisie”.
Mr Gove’s leadership was blown apart this June when he was forced to admit having taken the Class A drug on “several occasions”.
Boris said every MP would have been ‘voted out of the jungle’ if it was a reality TV show[/caption]
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