BORIS JOHNSON has left voters in hysterics after the Conservative Party replicated a scene from the Christmas favourite film Love Actually in their latest election campaign video.
Boris Johnson features in the Tory Party’s latest vote Conservative election video playing the role of Mark from the famous placard door scene. Rather than a confession of love however, Mr Johnson implores the resident to vote for the Conservative Party to get Brexit done. Mr Johnson argued the upcoming December election is crucial in getting Brexit done in 2020.
Mr Johnson warned that a vote for any other party than the Tories could see “the other guy” win the election.
Without uttering a word the Prime Minister continued to insist that a hung Parliament would also result in more gridlock.
After making his plea, Mr Johnson walks to the camera and said: “Enough, enough, let’s get this done.”
Viewers were quick to comment their reaction to the video.
Penelope Stevens wrote: “This is literally the best thing I’ve ever seen in an election campaign.
Another added: “Laughter is the best medicine.
“Like the PM or not, that’s the best political ad ever.”
While another wrote: “I wish you the very best of luck on Thursday Boris Johnson.
“I hope, no pray, that we get a majority.
“The Conservative Gov as the alternative is just too horrendous to contemplate.”
Despite the positive reception from many regarding the witty video others announced that they were unimpressed with the “cringy” video.
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Boris Johnson and the Conservatives have stormed into a huge 14 point lead over nearest rivals Labour as Jeremy Corbyn’s party’s horror slump continues.
The country is heading back to the polls this week and recent polls have suggested Mr Johnson and his party will win.
But in this latest poll by Survation, the gap has widened even further. The poll was conducted for ITV’s Good Morning Britain.
It places the Conservatives with 45 percent of the vote – which is up two points.
Labour, however, moved to just 31 percent, which is down two percentage points.