Boris Johnson will today embark on a blitz of Labour’s northern heartlands and accuse Jeremy Corbyn of a ‘Great Betrayal’ of Brexit voters.
The Prime Minister will criticise the Labour Party for sneering at their values and ignoring their votes as he tours Leave-supporting seats in the North East.
He will accuse Mr Corbyn of sticking ‘two fingers up to the public’ as campaigning ramps up ahead of Thursday’s General Election.
Over the next 72 hours, Mr Johnson will visit every region of England and Wales, including West Yorkshire, Cheshire, Leicestershire, East Anglia, North Wales and the South West.
His aides believe these to be the areas that will decide the outcome of the election.
Mr Johnson will return to key pledges he made during the 2016 referendum campaign – including that of ending ‘uncontrolled and unlimited immigration’.
But his central message will be a condemnation of Remain-backing MPs who vowed at the last election to deliver Brexit but ‘shamefully did the exact opposite’.