Boris Lays Out Plans For First 100 Days

BORIS Johnson is today setting out plans for the Conservatives first 100 days if they win the election.

He pledged to Enshrine in law the £39.9bn a year in extra funding promised for the NHS in England by 2023, Carry out a review of the UK's defence and security capabilities while legislation will be passed to end the automatic early release of serious violent offenders half way through their sentences, the subject of a bitter political row in the wake of last week's London Bridge terror attack

Mr Johnson says he will also start recruiting 20,000 police officers and boosting nursing numbers in England by 50,000.

Boris told TBG - "I believe the British people will choose to go forwards and not return to the nightmare of a broken hung parliament."