UK’s Boris Johnson has one thing on his mind: Brexit now

GREGORY KATZ Associated Press LONDON (AP) — The formal launch of the Conservative Party's election pledges Sunday centered around the key plank of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's campaign: making Brexit happen. Speaking to a friendly crowd, Johnson trashed his opponents — most notably the Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, his prime rival — and claimed that his Conservatives are the sole party in next month's election that will actually get Brexit done. A platform launch is often used to introduce a number of new promises and programs, but Johnson chose instead to hone his message, reiterating his party's Brexit stance. "Unlike any other party standing in this election, we are going to get Brexit done," he told supporters while waving his party's printed platform. Johnson said
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