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What Boris Johnson’s proposed Brexit deal means

As Boris Johnson has rightly said, we are coming out of the EU on October 31, come what may. MPs promised to respect the result of the referendum. More people voted to leave than have ever voted for any political party in any general election. Parliament has voted to trigger Article 50.

Our education policy is improving the nation’s skills

When Boris Johnson entered Number 10, one of his first acts was to get more money to our education system. That’s why we’re investing £14 billion in schools, including £5,000 for every secondary school pupil by next year and £4,000 for every primary school pupil by 2021-22.

We’re ending low pay in work

People’s hard work and talents should be rewarded fairly. That has long been a key principle of Conservative government.We have made huge strides in the last few.

This was what the Prime Minister said live at Conference

It’s great to be here in Manchester at the best attended conference for years, and I gather there was quite a lively mood last night in the hotel bars.And I know that some of you may have been lightly mildly peppered with abuse on the way in. Were you? No? Good.

This is what Boris Johnson said about his Brexit Deal in Parliament

Mr Speaker, I want to begin by echoing what you’ve just said, my gratitude to all members of the House for assembling on a Saturday for the first time in 37 years and indeed to all members of the House of Commons staff who have worked to make this possible.

We’re signing the Armed Forces Covenant

Veterans risked their lives for our country to keep us safe and protect the values we hold so dear. The Conservative Party stands behind our Armed Forces.

Our gigabit rural broadband plan for the UK

Investment in rural broadband is vital. Broadband is not just essential for businesses across the United Kingdom, but it also makes areas more attractive places to live and work.

Why we’re implementing Magnitsky’s Law

Once we have left the EU we will implement the ‘Magnitsky’ provisions of the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2018. That way, those responsible for human rights abuse are held to account with travel bans and asset freezes.