If you want to receive twice-daily briefings like this by email, sign up to the Front Page newsletter here. Labour leader backs hard-Left plotting ‘unrest of Poll Tax riots’ It is a hard-Left plot to “shut down the streets”, by whipping up the biggest act of civil disobedience in decades. Jeremy Corbyn has endorsed the protest at Boris Johnson’s Brexit plans, urging his MPs to join demonstrators planning to “occupy bridges and blockade roads”. Political Editor Gordon Rayner has full details of the Momentum-backed events that are aiming to bring chaos to 10 major cities tomorrow in what some activists have likened to the 1990 Poll Tax riots. See cartoonist Matt’s take on the Brexit outrage. It comes as a survey suggests support for Labour among students has dropped to its lowest level in four years. What is the reason behind the decrease? Read on for more. Meanwhile, The Telegraph has learnt Commons Speaker John Bercow broke off from part of his family holiday to phone Sir Oliver Letwin, the Remain-backing MP, to plan ways to prevent Mr Johnson proroguing Parliament. Christopher Hope and Harry Yorke have the inside story on their plot to thwart the PM. What are their options? Daniel Capurro does his best to explain. PS: Nigel Farage says he does not want to be a… Read full this story
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