Boris Johnson will end Jeremy Corbyn and win Labour heartlands for the Tories


IN just over three days PM Boris Johnson has left Jeremy Corbyn looking flatter than a steam-rollered pancake.

After trouncing the Labour leader in the Commons, BoJo spent yesterday driving his tanks across Corbyn’s lawn in the traditional Labour heartlands of the north.

PM Bojo winning hearts and minds on Labour's turf
PM Bojo winning hearts and minds on Labour’s turf
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His pledge to turbo-charge the UK’s regions and back a high-speed rail link between Manchester and Leeds will appeal to disillusioned Labour voters, as well as One Nation Tories.

The new PM’s promise to put 20,000 more bobbies on the beat to combat rising crime has also caught Mr Corbyn napping.

Jezza has spent years blaming Theresa May’s police cuts for violence on the streets but in yet another screeching U-turn he has now changed his tune completely.

Scoffing at the new recruitment drive, he hissed: “It’s not just police that solve crime.” After such a disastrous week, it is no surprise that many Labour figures believe their leader’s days are numbered.

Calamity Corbyn’s days are numbered, his own party believe
Dan Charity – The Sun

The prospect of more misery and in-fighting at their party conference this autumn has sent Labour MPs into deep despair.

Boris Johnson’s new-look Government may face enormous challenges.

But compared to the chronically sick Labour Party the Tories are in rude health.

Get tough on vile crime

CHILD sex abuse is one of the most heinous crimes imaginable.

So it is shocking to discover that just one in five paedophiles caught with disgusting images of abuse end up behind bars.

David Gauke’s Ministry of Justice was soft on paedos – he was more interested in stopping Brexit
Alamy Live News

Of almost 3,000 perverts arrested over possession of obscene videos and pictures last year, only 562 were sent to prison.

Their demand for these sick images fuels a depraved industry based on misery and broken lives. But many of these fiends are let off the hook with just a conditional discharge or a fine.

David Gauke was more interested in stopping Brexit than ensuring the Ministry of Justice pursued a hard line on these vile crimes.

Now he has gone, this soft-justice scandal must end immediately.

Hooray for brave Harry

BRAVE little Harry Banks is winning his cancer battle – thanks to YOU.

The defiant 11-year-old has come through his first round of treatment, which Sun on Sunday readers helped to fund.

Harry Banks is smiling after his first round of cancer treatment - and you've made it happen
Harry Banks is smiling after his first round of cancer treatment – and you’ve made it happen

He is not out of the woods yet but his smiling face is an inspiration. Give yourselves a pat on the back.

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