More than half of Scottish voters would vote to leave the United Kingdom if Boris Johnson becomes prime minister, a new poll suggests.
Britain's Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt criticises Boris Johnson for avoiding scrutiny.
"If Boris is refusing to answer questions in the media, refusing to do live debates, then of course people are thinking just who are we going to get as prime minister?" he said. At one point Symonds could be heard telling Johnson to "get off me" and "get out of my flat".
"My pledge is to come out of the European Union at Halloween on 31 October", Mr Johnson told the BBC, adding: "The way to get our friends and partners to understand how serious we are is finally, I'm afraid, to abandon the defeatism and negativity that has enfolded us in a great cloud for so long and to prepare confidently and seriously for a WTO or no-deal outcome". "And there's a very good reason for that".
"Sometimes in politics you can fudge and get away with it but in the case of Brexit you are going to have to make decisions immediately and that very fragile coalition will collapse immediately when you have to make those decisions".
"I'm sorry you don't have that sort of private life if you're asking people to choose you to be their prime minister".
Having campaigned to stay in the European Union during the 2016 referendum campaign, Hunt was forced to prove his commitment to delivering Brexit to an audience of Conservatives who are more determined to leave the European Union than the general population.
"This time we are not going to shrink in fear from the exit, as we have on the last two occasions".
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Speculation is mounting that Prime Ministerial hopefuls Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt will be in Perth next month for the only Scottish date on their hustings calendar.
"I have been sitting around that cabinet table thinking how I want to transform our country", he said. As she had struggled to get Brexit over the finish line, the stalemate led to multiple delays for Britain's departure, with the country now scheduled to leave in October - more than three years since Brits voted to leave. "Only then can you walk through the front door of No 10 with your head held high instead of slinking through the back door, which is what Boris appears to want". "One of the strengths of our system is that we scrutinize our politicians with more intelligent ferocity than anywhere in the world", Hunt wrote.
Hunt, in a column for the Times, said: "Don't be a coward Boris, man up and show the nation you can cope with the intense scrutiny the most hard job in the country will involve".
However, the race might ultimately turn into a popularity contest between Johnson - pugnacious, but affable with a tendency for gaffes - and the more diplomatic, low-key Hunt.
Symonds, a former Conservative Party press officer, has remained firmly out of the public eye since the reported quarrel Friday when a neighbor hear shouting, screaming and banging at the home the couple shares.
For the party conference in Birmingham, both contenders were given time to make a short speech before answering questions from the host and audience members.
"I do believe I can be trusted to deliver this deal", he said.