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The Conservative Party leader said Mr Corbyn’s long history of siding with the IRA, Palestinian terrorists and the Kremlin makes him becoming Prime Minister, a terrifying prospect for Britain. In an interview with The Sun, Mr Johnson said: “Every time he has the chance, he sides with our enemies.

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“He spent the long years of the Cold War basically on the other side.”

The Prime Minister also pointed out that the UK’s closest allies which include the US have already expressed their concerns over Mr Corbyn becoming Prime Minister.

The US especially have said he makes them “very anxious” because he cannot be trusted with secret intelligence.

Mr Johnson also said he is concerned that voters are “losing focus” on the colossal decision they face on December 12.

boris-johnson-newsBoris has issued a chilling warning to voters about the Labour leader (Image: GETTY)

boris-johnson-newsMr Johnson said Mr Corbyn would make the nation bow down to its enemies (Image: GETTY)

Opinion polls between the two parties are now beginning to narrow with Labour slowly moving in on the Tories.

Mr Johnson has since called on the public to again concentrate on this election’s most important issue - Brexit.

Mr Johnson continued: “At the moment I just really worry that people aren’t focusing on the real political crisis and the reason why we had to do this thing.

“With 10 days to go, I want people to start really getting back and focusing on the reality of where we are.

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jeremy corbynMr Corbyn has been scrutinised for his past support of the IRA (Image: GETTY)

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“The choice at this election is so critical. This is the most critical election of modern times.”

The Tory leader stressed that the political crisis and Parliamentary

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