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Boris Johnson has attacked the BBC for “conditioning” the public with “gloom and negativity” about the chances of a successful no-deal Brexit.

The Tory leadership front-runner was accused by the BBC’s Andrew Neil of pursuing “mission impossible” in saying the UK could still trade tariff-free with the EU if it left without a deal on October 31.

He responded by accusing the BBC of bias in controlling the “mindset of people in this country” as he clashed repeatedly with the corporation’s most feared political interviewer.

Mr Johnson also admitted for the first time that his failure to give his backing to Britain’s ambassador in Washington had been “a factor” in Sir Kim Darroch’s decision to resign...

Boris Johnson has attacked the BBC for “conditioning” the public with “gloom and negativity” about the chances of a successful no-deal Brexit.

The Tory leadership front-runner was accused by the BBC’s Andrew Neil of pursuing “mission impossible” in saying the UK could still trade tariff-free with the EU if it left without a deal on October 31.

He responded by accusing the BBC of bias in controlling the “mindset of people in this country” as he clashed repeatedly with the corporation’s most feared political interviewer.

Mr Johnson also admitted for the first time that his failure to give his backing to Britain’s ambassador in Washington had been “a factor” in Sir Kim Darroch’s decision to resign...

Boris Johnson has attacked the BBC for “conditioning” the public with “gloom and negativity” about the chances of a successful no-deal Brexit.

The Tory leadership front-runner was accused by the BBC’s Andrew Neil of pursuing “mission impossible” in saying the UK could still trade tariff-free with the EU if it left without a deal on October 31.

He responded by accusing the BBC of bias in controlling the “mindset of people in this country” as he clashed repeatedly with the corporation’s most feared political interviewer.

Mr Johnson also admitted for the first time that his failure to give his backing to Britain’s ambassador in Washington had been “a factor” in Sir Kim Darroch’s decision to resign...

Boris Johnson has attacked the BBC for “conditioning” the public with “gloom and negativity” about the chances of a successful no-deal Brexit.

The Tory leadership front-runner was accused by the BBC’s Andrew Neil of pursuing “mission impossible” in saying the UK could still trade tariff-free with the EU if it left without a deal on October 31.

He responded by accusing the BBC of bias in controlling the “mindset of people in this country” as he clashed repeatedly with the corporation’s most feared political interviewer.

Mr Johnson also admitted for the first time that his failure to give his backing to Britain’s ambassador in Washington had been “a factor” in Sir Kim Darroch’s decision to resign...