Boris Johnson challenged Jeremy Corbyn to finally “come clean” with the public over his chaotic Brexit plans before they head to the ballot box. The Prime Minister said voters “deserve to have a clear picture” of how each leader will handle the next steps.
Mr Johnson said Mr Corbyn has “sought to avoid explaining” what his plan is and has instead “spent considerable time” trying to undermine negotiations.
In a letter to the Labour leader sent on Monday night, the PM asked five questions he said the public wants Mr Corbyn to answer before the election on December 12.
It comes ahead of a speech from Mr Corbyn on Tuesday in which he is expected to set out his Brexit plan.
The PM wrote: “Your current position seems to be that you want to go back to square one.
“You want to throw out the great new deal we have reached with our European friends, and instead negotiate a whole new treaty from scratch.
“Even assuming the EU agrees to go back to the very beginning, this will take months and possibly years to do.