Michael Gove defends Boris Johnson over Brexit intervention

Boris Johnson urges calm after explosion on the tube

Boris Johnson urges calm after explosion on the tube

But Mrs May's de facto deputy Damian Green said he would not be sacked over his intervention and suggested "people should calm down" after a "weekend of excitement".

Boris Johnson has renewed the claim that the United Kingdom will have 350 million pounds a week to spend on the NHS after leaving the EU.

The SNP were scathing about the Foreign Secretary's Brexit intervention.

The Home Secretary described her colleague as an "irrepressible enthusiast" on Brexit who brought "enthusiasm, energy, and sometimes entertainment" to the Cabinet.

Asked if she had read it, she replied: 'Unfortunately not.

"If you had any concerns about my article, it would of course have been open to you to address the points with me in private rather than in this way in a public letter". There was a bomb that almost went off in Parsons Green. He said earlier this year that European Union officials could "go whistle" if they expected a large financial settlement.

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"I seem to remember reading Boris's book on Churchill was 52 weeks in the best seller list, don't tell me he hasn't got other things to do".

But according to the latest extract of a new book giving a fly on the wall insight of the Tories' failed election bid "Betting the House: the Inside Story of the 2017 Election", the decision came after internal ratings showed just Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson and Mrs May received positive ratings.

UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd said that recent terror attacks on both sides of the Channel were "stark reminders" of the shared threat.

Asked if he had fired his shots too early, Johnson's father said: "I'm tremendously happy to have a chance to say something on this topic on air".

Craig Oliver, former director of communications at Downing Street for David Cameron, said even if the genuine intention was to support the British Prime Minister, it was obvious it would be seen in Westminster as a "direct challenge".

Today, Mr Gove backed Mr Johnson, tweeting: "In the debate on European Union contributions it's important people look at what Boris actually wrote in his Telegraph article, not headlines".

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In what BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg said was a sign of Theresa May taking more control of Brexit negotiations, Oliver Robbins will now work more directly for the PM.

In an interview with the Observer, Sir Vince Cable, the Lib Dem leader, whose party conference opened in Bournemouth on Saturday said: "He clearly thinks that Theresa May is on the verge of a U-turn which would lead to a transitional deal that would keep us in the single market".

Mr. Johnson making his own views known before Ms.

Whitehall officials say they are optimistic that Britain will be able to negotiate a new security treaty underpinned by a new legal framework outside the direct jurisdiction of the ECJ.

"What I would say is if you do shoot yourself in the foot on this issue, then that bullet was very much worth it, and your foot will no doubt recover in due course but gosh it need to be done - because we can not afford to muddle this Brexit thing up".

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