Brexit: Boris Johnson urges two-year transition time limit


Theresa May is coming under fresh pressure over Brexit on the eve of the Conservative party conference

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has again intervened on Brexit, setting out four conditions he says are necessary.

Speaking to the Sun, Mr Johnson insisted any transition period after Britain leaves the EU should not last “a second more” than two years.

Jeremy Corbyn said Mr Johnson’s position threatened a trade war with the EU, which could impact on jobs.

Boris Johnson 3c EPA LLLLThe prime minister will be seeking to reassert her authority as she goes into her first party conference since she lost her government’s majority in the general election.

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