The Prime Minister shared the letter that claimed Mr Corbyn had “ducked” questions on the UK’s EU exit with his Twitter followers. The letter went viral as hundreds commented on it ahead of tomorrow night’s TV debate between Mr Corbyn and the Conservative leader. Mr Johnson wrote: “Tonight I’ve written to Jeremy Corbyn to ask him whether he’s made up his mind on Brexit.
“ Because that is why we are having this election , to end the gridlock, get Brexit done, and move on as a country. ”
He asked Mr Corbyn whether he was recommending the UK Remain or Leave in his proposed second referendum on Brexit.
Previously, Mr Corbyn had promised to end freedom of movement in a previous manifesto.
But Mr Johnson now wanted clarity on how he would “end , maintain or extend freedom of movement ”and whether this figure would be higher or lower under a Labor Government.
(General election) : Boris Johnson demands answers from Jeremy Corbyn before ITV debate(Image: GETTY)
The Prime Minister shared the letter that claimed Mr Corbyn had “ducked” questions( Image: GETTY)
Mr Corbyn was also asked to clarify how much he would be willing to pay the EU to gain access to its markets.
Mr Johnson finally demanded Mr Corbyn “guarantee that every Labor candidate supports your Brexit policy”.
In conclusion, Mr Johnson added: “Without satisfactory answers to these questions, the public will have no choice but to conclude that Corbyn’s Labor, propped up by the SNP, will mean dither, delay, and uncertainty with two more chaotic referendums next year.
“Only the Conservatives will get Brexit done so the country can move on. ”
Polling guru Sir John Curtice also issued a stark warning to Mr Corbyn( Image: GETTY)
It comes ahead of tomorrow night’s clash between the leaders of the two biggest parties in the UK.
Previously, leaders from the Liberal Democrats and the Scottish National Party have moaned to bosses at ITV after they were not invited to take party.
Both parties went as far as to claim that they would launch legal action against the broadcaster.
Nicole Sturgeon, leader of the SNP, said her party would launch a fundraiser to help gather the costs of a legal challenge.
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It comes ahead of tomorrow night’s clash between the leaders(Image: GETTY)
She added: “This election may be the most important of our lifetimes. It is quite simply unacceptable for the SNP and other parties to be cut out of proposed leaders’ debates by broadcasters.
“This is fundamentally unfair and it fails to recognize that the UK is no longer
“And in Scotland, this would not be a debate between the two leading parties – instead it would ignore the country largest party, which according to the latest polls is also on track to win the third-largest number of seats UK-wide. ”
Polling guru Sir John Curtice also issued a stark warning to Mr Corbyn.
How Brexit unfolded(Image: EXPRESS)
He admitted that Mr Corbyn was failing to win over Labor Leave voters in his attempt to deflect his campaign away from Brexit.
Sir John warned the Labor leader that he was making no pro gress in poll tracking in traditional Labor heartlands ahead of next month’s election.
He said: “Certainly one big warning sign to the Liberal Democrats at the moment from the polls is that they’re investing quite a lot of hope in being able to win over, in a way that Jeremy Corbyn perhaps can’t, that 20 percent or so of Remain voters who are saying they’re going to vote for the Conservatives ”
The UK is set to go to the polls on December 12, with a result announced early the following day.