He says there is a corrosion of public trust and that the Tories will be toast if Brexit isn’t delivered.
He says that the Johnson must be tested – and that the International Development Secretary is the candidate to do it.
The Work and Pensions Secretary refuses to say whether or not she would serve under him.
He says Starmer “keeps telling me how much he doesn’t like a blind Brexit, and yet what we have before the House is in essence, a blind motion…”
The Home Secretary calls for “a new generation with a new agenda”, and warns “there are whole swathes of this country that don’t think we share their values”.
WATCH: Johnson launches – “I will continue to speak as directly as I can…that is what the British public want”
“One of the reasons why the public feels alienated [by politicians] is because too often they feel we are muffling and veiling our language…not speaking as we find.”
“The great prancing elephant in the tent is a vision that some call populism but that I call negativism.”
“Everyone else in this race has sat around the Cabinet table and participated in the decisions that have led to us not leaving the European Union.”
“Over the last three years, politics has failed dismally…Leaving the EU on the 31st of October is for me a hard red line.”
“For the last few years, we’ve been distracted and divided. We need a fresh start.”
“I got into politics because I love my country, and I want to give people more opportunities than I had.”
“I know that you may not believe in your heart that you can do it. But the Conservative Party membership deserve a choice, so let’s have a proper race.”
WATCH: “Without Brexit there will be no Conservative government and maybe no Conservative Party”, Hunt warns
The Foreign Secretary “pays tribute to Theresa May, and the unflinching sense of duty she has shown”.
WATCH: Raab – “We won’t even give ourselves a shot at a deal unless the EU knows we’re willing to walk away”
“This isn’t the moment for foghorn diplomacy. This is the moment for calm, steely determination.”
“There are dark clouds over Westminster… Britain isn’t broken, it’s politics that’s in a rut.