Boris Crushes Corbyn In Commons Clash

THE Prime Minister was in tip top form in the last hour.

Boris Johnson opened the snap election debate saying that “nobody relishes a General Election but there is a widespread view that this Parliament has run its course.”

“I simply do not believe that this House is capable of delivering on the priorities of the people."

“There is one party that doesn’t want a general election” says Boris Johnson, pointing at the half empty Labour benches.

On Jeremy Corbyn, he said - “He can run but he cannot hide forever.”

“One party does not trust the people. That is the principal party of opposition.”

He said the Labour leader has “run out of excuses” for avoiding an election.

“He’s snookered and this charade has gone on long enough.”