BORIS Johnson has let rip at Philip Hammond today – saying Remainers like him are in a 'terrible collaboration' with the EU to derail Brexit.
In his first 'People's PMQs' session this afternoon he answered questions from the public life on Facebook.
And he used it to tear into the former Chancellor after his explosive intervention this morning.
The PM accused him of working together with the EU to stop Brexit.
He said: "There's a terrible kind of collaboration going on between people who think they can block Brexit in Parliament and our European friends.
"They are still sticking with every letter and comma of the withdrawal agreement because they still think Brexit can be blocked in Parliament."
He said that the longer this stalemate goes on, "the more likely it is that we will be forced to leave with a No Deal Brexit" – even though that's not what he wants.
MPs and Brussels bosses should realise Brits now want us to just get on with leaving, he added.
In a 15-minute long address to the nation on Facebook this afternoon he fielded several questions from the public – the first such session for a PM.
Boris vowed to restore trust in politics by finally getting us out before the end of October, invest in forgotten towns and cities, and improve education and tackle knife crime.
Boris became the first PM to announce a policy on a streaming platform when he revealed plans to tear up visa rules for foreign scientists in the UK last week.
During the clip he announced that under his new policy boffins will be given a fast-track visa even if they don’t have a job offer.
Ministers will also abolish the cap on the number of visas dished out to scientists.
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