Angry UKIP Lord: Boris Johnson Does Not Understand The EU

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Boris Johnson has been accused of "back-seat driving" Brexit negotiations after he set out his vision for Britain's future in a lengthy article widely seen as a challenge to Theresa May's leadership.

He added: "It would be a fine thing ... if a lot of that money went on the NHS, provided we use that cash injection to modernise and make the most of new technology".

He wrote: "Once we have settled our accounts, we will take back control of roughly £350 million per week".

In a 4,000 word piece for the newspaper, Johnson expanded at length on his views about the Brexit negotiations with the European Union, and the opportunities he said it would give a "bold, thriving" Britain when it leaves in March 2019.

The article was seen by some as a bid my Mr Johnson to reignite his hopes of leading the Conservative Party.

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The figure was used by Leave campaigners ahead of the referendum but concerns were raised over its accuracy.

The foreign secretary also rounded on critics of Brexit "who think we are going to bottle it" and warned so-called Remoaners against treating the 17.4m Brexit voters as "fools".

It is well known that the duo's relationship is strained, to the extent that Ms Davidson was considering splitting the Scottish Tories from the United Kingdom party when the possibility loomed past year of Mr Johnson becoming Prime Minister.

The NHS is one of the great unifying institutions of our country.

"It is the top political priority of the British people and, under the leadership of Jeremy Hunt, it is indeed the top priority of the Conservative Party".

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"It puts Theresa May in an impossible position, I can't understand why she hasn't fired him", Vince Cable, leader of the opposition Liberal Democrats, said on the BBC.

"I haven't got time for the rest of it", she said.

"Our systems of standards will remain absolutely flush with the rest of the European Union", he said, but when addressing the housing shortage he added: "There may be ways of simplifying planning procedures, post-Brexit, and abbreviating impact assessments, without in any way compromising the environment".

Vote Leave emblazoned the figure on its campaign bus and said the money could be used to fund extra spending on public services such as the NHS.

"It would be very nice if we could get a clear message on where the British are" on their financial obligations with the EU, Danish Finance Minister Anders Samuelsen said in an interview in Copenhagen on Friday.

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