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The prime minister (pictured yesterday on Downing Street) hurled the Labor leader for his & # 39; hate & # 39; against wealth creators and said it would destroy the basis of this country's prosperity & # 39;

Boris Johnson is starting the Tory election campaign today by comparing Jeremy Corbyn with Stalin – because it has also been shown that the Labor leader could endanger national security.

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The prime minister threw the Labor leader because of his & # 39; hate & # 39; against wealth creators and said it would destroy the basis of this country's prosperity.

And criticized the Labor party for & # 39; an economic agenda that would ruin our companies and our country & # 39 ;.

It is because intelligence sources fear information received from the & # 39; Five Eyes & # 39; alliance, including the United States, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand, would be compromised by a lack of confidence in Mr. Corbyn can be brought.

The Prime Minister today promises to leave the country & # 39; our routine & # 39; And put an end to the & # 39; debilitating delay & # 39; around the Brexit – because he promised that it & # 39; hundreds of billions & # 39; investments in the UK.

The prime minister (pictured yesterday on Downing Street) hurled the Labor leader for his & # 39; hate & # 39; against wealth creators and said it would destroy the basis of this country's prosperity & # 39;

The prime minister (pictured yesterday on Downing Street) hurled the Labor leader for his & # 39; hate & # 39; against wealth creators and said it would destroy the basis of this country's prosperity & # 39;

Johnson criticized the Labor party for & # 39; an economic agenda that would ruin our companies and our country & # 39; (The leader of the Labor party Jeremy Corbyn was pictured yesterday)
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Johnson criticized the Labor party for & # 39; an economic agenda that would ruin our companies and our country & # 39; (The leader of the Labor party Jeremy Corbyn was pictured yesterday)

Johnson criticized the Labor party for & # 39; an economic agenda that would ruin our companies and our country & # 39; (The leader of the Labor party Jeremy Corbyn was pictured yesterday)

Who was Joseph Stalin? Soviet ruler for a quarter century that helped defeat Nazism

Joseph Stalin, whose name & # 39; steel man & # 39; meant, the Soviet Union ruled for more than two decades and suggested an rdeath and terror, while Russia is being modernized and Nazism is being defeated.

He was born on December 18, 1879 in Gori, Georgia in the Russian Empire and grew up in poverty with his mother a laundress and his father a shoemaker.

Joseph Stalin (photo), whose name & # 39; man of steel & # 39; meant, the Soviet Union ruled for more than two decades

Joseph Stalin (photo), whose name & # 39; man of steel & # 39; meant, the Soviet Union ruled for more than two decades

Joseph Stalin (photo), whose name & # 39; man of steel & # 39; meant, the Soviet Union ruled for more than two decades

In 1901 he became heavily involved in revolutionary activities, and after he left a son in 1907, he was cared for by his wife's parents and embarked on his revolutionary work.

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Vladimir Lenin organizes the Russian Revolution and Stalin plays a key role in leading Pravda, the Bolshevik newspaper. He is then appointed Secretary General of the Communist Party.

After Lenin's death in 1924, Stalin promoted himself as a dictator who developed his own nationalist brand of Marxism. He continues with rapid industrialization to ensure that communism becomes a success.

During this time, he becomes paranoid and starts killing everyone who might resist him. Even after beating Hitler, he is suspicious and cleans many in his party.

He died on 5 March 1953 after a night of heavy drinking with many people who both mourned and celebrated his death. Those who mourned greeted him as someone who transformed the Soviet Union from a feudal economy to an industrial power.

Write in The Daily Telegraph, Johnson said that companies and capital makers of all sizes should be promoted.

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& # 39; If someone gets up at 5 am to prepare their store; when someone risks their savings on an idea or a new product; when someone has the guts to enter a new market – at home or abroad – we do not laugh at them.

& # 39; We welcome them: because their success is our success; and the tragedy of the modern Labor party under Jeremy Corbyn is that they loathe the profit motive – and so intentionally levy taxes – that they would destroy the basis of this country's prosperity.

& # 39; They pretend that their hatred is only directed at certain billionaires – and they point their fingers at individuals with a relish and a desire for revenge that have not been seen since Stalin continued the kulaks. & # 39;

In a video released last night, Johnson again criticized PvdA economic policy.

He said: & # 39; Jeremy Corbyn and the Labor party have an economic agenda that would mean a downfall for our companies and for our country.

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& # 39; And even worse, Jeremy Corbyn is seriously proposing another EU referendum, another Brexit referendum. He wants his own negotiation followed by a referendum.

& # 39; Nobody knows what the questions would be for the people, nobody knows what the result would be, nobody knows what the PvdA policy would be at that referendum.

& # 39; What we do know is that it would again be a year of misery and chaos and uncertainty for businesses and families. & # 39;

It comes as former Foreign Minister Jack Straw said that Corbyn could come to power & # 39; reduce cooperation between intelligence services with us & # 39 ;.

While a former permanent secretary with close ties with the intelligence service told The times: & # 39; It would have a hair-raising effect. That would make us run more risk. & # 39;

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This morning Mr. travels Johnson to Buckingham Palace for an audience with the queen, where he will formally tell her that the parliament has been dissolved.

He will then give a short speech outside of No. 10. Later he will formally launch the Tory campaign at a meeting in the West Midlands – an important target area.

Last night he said to the Downing Street staff: "I am now at the front, the bugle is calling & # 39;"

In a video released last night, Mr. Johnson again criticized PvdA's economic policy (pictured in the video, saying he wants the Brexit ready)

In a video released last night, Mr. Johnson again criticized PvdA's economic policy (pictured in the video, saying he wants the Brexit ready)

In a video released last night, Mr. Johnson again criticized PvdA's economic policy (pictured in the video, saying he wants the Brexit ready)

The conservatives had a painful start to campaigns yesterday, as the news was dominated by Jacob Rees-Mogg's comments about the hell of the Grenfell tower.

The cabinet minister said he & # 39; deep & # 39; regretted suggesting that victims & # 39; common sense & # 39; should have used and ignored the instructions of the fire department not to leave the building. Meanwhile, a rape victim called on Welsh secretary Alun Cairns to stop claims that he knew a conservative candidate had sabotaged her trial.

Today Mr. Johnson will show his vote to voters to get & # 39; Brexit done & # 39; and then focus on the NHS, crime and the cost of living.

He will compare his plan with what he & # 39; toxic & # 39; Jeremy Corbyn's proposal for two referendums on EU membership and Scottish independence.

Johnson will tell supporters that he did not want a winter election, but that he & # 39; no choice & # 39; had.

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& # 39; There is only one way to get the Brexit done, and I am afraid the answer is to ask people to change this blocking Parliament & # 39 ;, he will say.

& # 39; I don't want an election. No prime minister wants an early election, especially in December. But as it stands, we simply have no choice, because only by getting Brexit ready in the coming weeks can we concentrate on all priorities. & # 39;

The conservatives had a painful start to campaigns yesterday, as the news was dominated by Jacob Rees-Mogg's comments on the Inferno from the Grenfell tower (he was shown on LBC earlier this year)

The conservatives had a painful start to campaigns yesterday, as the news was dominated by Jacob Rees-Mogg's comments on the Inferno from the Grenfell tower (he was shown on LBC earlier this year)

The conservatives had a painful start to campaigns yesterday, as the news was dominated by Jacob Rees-Mogg's comments on the Inferno from the Grenfell tower (he was shown on LBC earlier this year)

He indicates the voter's choice and adds: & # 39; It's time to change the bleak pattern of the past three years and get out of our routine.

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& # 39; It's time to put an end to this debilitating delay. Let us go with this conservative government, let the Brexit do and unleash the potential of our great country – live up to the priorities of our NHS public, crime and the cost of living.

& # 39; The alternative is clear – Jeremy Corbyn and his two favorite advisers, Dither and Delay, make 2020 the year of two miserable referendums.

& # 39; A vote for another minor party is in fact a vote for Corbyn and his catastrophic political and economic program. & # 39;

Last night a poll showed the Tories with 13 points. YouGov placed them at one in 38 percent, labor at two in 25 percent, the Lib Dems unchanged at 16 percent and the Brexit party at four points in 11.

Another showed that Labor & # 39; s lead in London has been halved since the 2017 elections. The poll, published by the Evening Standard, delivered Labor ten points on the Tories – a result that would make them lose seats in the interior.

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