Published: Tue, July 09, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Johnson: UK will be `match fit´ for a no-deal Brexit

Johnson: UK will be `match fit´ for a no-deal Brexit

Ballot papers have been dispatched to around 166,000 Conservative Party members around the United Kingdom to choose between Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt and Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson as the new Tory leader, who will take charge at 10 Downing Street.

Before the hustings got underway Mr Johnson visited Barry Island, where he was met by Vale of Glamorgan MP and Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns.

The BBC reported that more than 1,000 people had received multiple voting forms. "And I think it's important that we change that balance back".

The victor is due to be announced July 23 and will replace Theresa May as party leader and prime minister.

"Are we really, as a society, going to go around telling people who put down roots, who have children, who might have grandchildren here "You know, I'm sorry, you're going home because of the circumstances in which you came"?"

"I think there are very significant downsides for the United Kingdom if we leave without a deal".

The Conservative leadership frontrunner said there would be "no second chances" as he stressed that the Halloween deadline was real, "not fake", in a comment aimed at his rival Jeremy Hunt.

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"But it's clear that the Conservative Party needs to continue to do some work and look into how they can actually sift this properly so that they recognise who is who".

The event on Saturday evening is taking place as members begin to receive their ballot papers.

Mr Gauke has warned about the economic impact of a no-deal Brexit and when he was asked if he thought he would be sacked by Mr Johnson on the BBC's Andrew Marr show, he replied: "I suspect that I will possibly have gone before then".

An overwhelming majority - 77% - think that Mr Johnson's private life is not relevant to whether he would make a good prime minister.

"We will call a no confidence vote when we believe that those Conservative members of parliament who have said that they would support a no confidence motion in the government in order to stop a no deal are likely to support it", Gardiner told Sky News.

Mr Gauke has been dubbed as a "pragmatic Remainer" who backs a soft Brexit and wants the United Kingdom to maximise access to European Union markets after leaving the EU.

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