U.K. Prime Minister
Johnson is giving a speech to the Confederation of British Industry to try to get the focus of his general election campaign on his Conservative Party’s pro-business policies.
“It is the fiscally responsible thing to do at the current time,” he told business leaders at the CBI conference in London.
- Johnson tells CBI he will keep Sajid Javid as finance minister after election.
- Johnson says corporation tax cut will have to wait.
- Labour leader
Jeremy Corbynand Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinsonwill also speak to the CBI conference.
- A Survation poll for Monday’s Good Morning Britain TV show put the Tories on 42%, Labour on 28%, the Liberal Democrats on 13% and the Brexit Party on 5%.
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