Boris Johnson sets out vision of Brexit

Boris Johnson sets out vision of Brexit

Boris Johnson sets out vision of Brexit

When asked if the article was a leadership challenge, Rudd said "no, I don't think it is".

The timing, six days before speech of Theresa May on Brexit in Florence and in absence of two weeks for annual conference of Conservative Party in Manchester, has fueled rumors of a possible candidacy alternative that was considered in his day as favourite to succeed David Cameron, discredited, however, by his lies during referendum campaign and for its role as holder of Foreign Office. Home Secretary Amber Rudd described it as "backseat driving".

May has been able to hold onto her job despite her poor electoral performance, but has been facing increasing pressure as Brexit negotiations with the European Union have stalled over the question of how much Britain must pay to leave the 28-nation bloc.

Ms Rudd told BBC1's The Andrew Marr Show that she does not want Mr Johnson "managing the Brexit process".

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He said: "It's good ministers have stopped threatening to use our collective security as a Brexit bargaining chip, but this proposal is deeply muddled".

The Home Secretary said she did not think Mr Johnson's article was a leadership bid and said her Cabinet colleague added "enthusiasm, energy, and sometimes entertainment". "That is what she and her government will deliver".

He wrote: "In other words, he would make a complete mockery of Brexit, and turn an opportunity into a national humiliation". Johnson didn't mention such a phase.

Mr Johnson insisted on Saturday that he was "all behind" the Prime Minister and "looking forward" to her speech in Italy.

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"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".

May's authority was weakened after she called a snap election in June, only to lose her Conservative party's majority in the House of Commons. He decided against standing as a candidate after a public attack on his abilities by fellow lawmaker and onetime supporter Michael Gove. Last October he declared Britain's approach to the Brexit negotiations was "having our cake and eating it".

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