Serhat TUNAR -TDO- The ruling Conservatives have drawn up a manifesto proposing more public spending for early general elections on December 12, pledging that the process of leaving the European Union cannot be extended any longer.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has unveiled his party's manifesto for early elections to be held and pledged to complete the Brexit. Johnson has also promised to hold elections before Christmas to re-carry the deal to leave the European Union to Parliament.
Johnson and his party however announced that no new taxes would be introduced, unlike the opposition Labor Party, which has promised to raise taxes on the rich and corporations.
Sunday's December 12 election is expected to win Boris Johnson and his party, according to election polls, "let's get Brexit done and focus our hearts and minds on the priorities of the people of the UK," he said as he introduced the manifesto in Telford on Sunday.