The UK Prime Minister (PM) hopefuls continue to make divergent promises to lure Tory voters. Contrast to his previous commitment to cut Government offices in half to safeguard post-Brexit, the front runner Boris Johnson takes a U-turn to offer a lavish spending plan even after a no-deal Brexit, as the Guardian reports during early Friday in Asia.
The news report mentions the PM hopeful’s comments at the political hustings at York while promising to use £38bn “divorce settlement” payment with the EU and £26bn no-deal contingency fund. Mr. Johnson previously offered a £5bn annual pledge of extra money for schools, the report said.
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