• Johnson said a Corbyn-led coalition will hammer Britain with a tax bombshell
  • The Foreign Secretary will say only the Tories can deliver on Brexit
  • Stark warning comes as new poll shows Tories on 41.5% and Labour on 40.4%

Kate Ferguson, Political Correspondent For Mailonline

Boris Johnson today say that the thought of Jeremy Corbyn in Number 10 makes him ‘shudder’ as makes a final push for General Election victory.

His warning comes as a new Survation poll put the two main parties nearly neck and neck with just two days to go until the vote.

The survey, for ITV’s Good Morning Britain, has has the Conservatives on 41.5 per cent – just one point ahead of Labour on 40.4 per cent.

The Foreign Secretary will use a speech in the North East later today to issue  a call to arms and declare that only Theresa May can deliver the ‘huge potential of Brexit Britain’.

And he will warn that Mr Corbyn and his left-wing allies will hammer Britain with ‘destructive’ tax bombshell. 

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Foriegn Secretary Boris Johnson, pictured this morning, will use a speech today to warn that the thought of Jeremy Corbyn in No 10 makes him shudder

Foriegn Secretary Boris Johnson, pictured this morning, will use a speech today to warn that the thought of Jeremy Corbyn in No 10 makes him shudder

Foriegn Secretary Boris Johnson, pictured this morning, will use a speech today to warn that the thought of Jeremy Corbyn in No 10 makes him shudder

He will say: ‘We believe it is this country’s destiny to engage not just with our friends and partners in the EU but with the whole of the rest of the world – the 93 per cent of humanity that does not live in the EU, as well as with the EU.

‘If we are to make the most of that opportunity then we need the right economic policies. 

‘And it makes me shudder to think that we could seriously be about to elect a Corbyn-led coalition that would impose destructive new taxes on businesses, on homes, on gardens – at the very moment when we could be about to go forward with Global Britain.’

Mr Johnson will say the election is a crucial moment to ‘believe in the huge potential of Brexit Britain’.

He will say: ‘Let’s get Brexit right. Let’s believe in Britain. 

‘And let’s work for the next 48 hours to make sure our negotiations are led by Theresa May and the Conservatives.’

But while some polls have shown Jeremy Corbyn’s party has almost entirely eaten away at the Conservatives’ lead, others still have Theresa May’s party enjoying a double digit lead.

Mr Johnson’s warning comes amid fears that the SNP’s Nicola Sturgeon could prop up Mr Corbyn in government if there is a hung parliament after June 8.

Meanwhile, the Prime Minister used an interview with The Telegraph to hammer Mr Corbyn over his weak stance on security.

Mrs May criticised the left-wing Labour leader for opposing every single piece of anti-terror legislation during his many years in parliament.

Jeremy Corbyn, pictured in Carlisle on Sunday. Polls show that he has closed the gap on the Tories, but his critics warn that he cannot be trusted on national security or Brexit

Jeremy Corbyn, pictured in Carlisle on Sunday. Polls show that he has closed the gap on the Tories, but his critics warn that he cannot be trusted on national security or Brexit

Jeremy Corbyn, pictured in Carlisle on Sunday. Polls show that he has closed the gap on the Tories, but his critics warn that he cannot be trusted on national security or Brexit

Nicola Sturgeon, pictured in Edinburgh yesterday, has said she would consider propping up Jeremy Corbyn in Number 10 in a bid to lock the Tories out of power after June 8

Nicola Sturgeon, pictured in Edinburgh yesterday, has said she would consider propping up Jeremy Corbyn in Number 10 in a bid to lock the Tories out of power after June 8

Nicola Sturgeon, pictured in Edinburgh yesterday, has said she would consider propping up Jeremy Corbyn in Number 10 in a bid to lock the Tories out of power after June 8

Theresa May, pictured on the campaign trail in a bakery in Fleetwood, Lancashire, has criticised Jeremy  Corbyn over his weak record on security 

Theresa May, pictured on the campaign trail in a bakery in Fleetwood, Lancashire, has criticised Jeremy  Corbyn over his weak record on security 

Theresa May, pictured on the campaign trail in a bakery in Fleetwood, Lancashire, has criticised Jeremy  Corbyn over his weak record on security 

And she vowed to get tough with tech giants who are not quick enough to take down extremist material which fuels terror and violence.

She said: ‘There is a very sharp contrast for people on Thursday.

‘I’ve been willing to introduce new powers for the police, I support shoot to kill, Jeremy Corbyn has been very clear that he has opposed every piece of anti-terrorism legislation, he doesn’t support shoot to kill.’

She repeated her promise to consider new powers to block access to extremist websites if the internet companies failed to deal with online radicalisation.

Mrs May said: ‘I think it is important we do get together internationally and look at the possibility of regulating cyberspace because what has developed as generally a huge benefit for people, is being misused because it’s being used as a tool in helping to put together attacks.’

While Mrs May said she believed women should be allowed to wear burkas, she emphasised the importance of women from Muslim communities being able to speak English so they could participate fully in UK society.

The polls have showed the Labour have been closing in on the Tories. The two parties are nearly neck and neck with just two days to go to the General Election on June 8

The polls have showed the Labour have been closing in on the Tories. The two parties are nearly neck and neck with just two days to go to the General Election on June 8

The polls have showed the Labour have been closing in on the Tories. The two parties are nearly neck and neck with just two days to go to the General Election on June 8

‘I’ve always said that a woman should be able to choose how she dresses,’ she said.

‘What I think is important, though, is that women are able to participate fully in society and aren’t treated as second-class citizens and, of course, one of the things that we do see is women who are living here but don’t speak English.’ 

Her warning comes as serious questions have been raised over whether key Corbyn ally Diane Abbott is fit to be home secretary if Labour enters  government.

The shadow home secretary pulled out of a key radio appearance this morning after she had another car crash TV interview last night.

The shadow home secretary was left floundering on Sky News when she was asked to discuss the Harris Report, released last October, which made several recommendations on beefing up security in the capital. 

She was unable to identify a single one of the 127 recommendations when asked about it by Mr Murnaghan last night.     

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