In Pictures: Boris Johnson reaffirms pledge to ‘get Brexit done’


Prime Minister Boris Johnson launched the Tory manifesto on Sunday, repeating his mantra to “get Brexit done” and setting out a plan to “unite the country”.

Meanwhile, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn met supporters in Thurrock, Essex.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson arrives at Euston station in London, as he heads to Telford for the launch of his party’s manifesto (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Mr Johnson looks over the manifesto during the train journey (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Next stop for the Prime Minister was Wolverhampton station (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Protesters await the arrival of Mr Johnson in Telford (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Mr Johnson launches the Tory manifesto in Telford, West Midlands (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Mr Johnson addresses the party faithful (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Meanwhile, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was on the campaign trail in Thurrock, Essex (Aaron Chown/PA)
Mr Corbyn championed his party’s manifesto (Aaron Chown/PA)
The Labour leader met supporters in Thurrock (Aaron Chown/PA)
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage continued his visit to the North East, stopping off at Seaham, County Durham (Henry Clare/PA)
All this campaigning is thirsty work… (Henry Clare/PA)