Britain goes to the polls on December 12.
"Get Brexit done and we shall see a pent up tidal wave of investment into this country", Johnson said, launching his manifesto in at a conference centre in Telford in central England. "This is a no hope manifesto, from a party that has nothing to offer the country, after spending 10 years cutting our public services", Gwynne said.
He also pledged to make the UK Corbyn-neutral by Christmas, in reference to Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Criticising Mr Johnson's nursing pledge, Labour's Shadow Health Secretary Jonathan Ashworth said: "The Conservatives' claim on nurses is frankly deceitful - the sums simply don't add up".
Johnson promised to bring his Brexit deal back to Parliament before Christmas, with passage likely assured if the Conservatives win a majority in the December 12 vote. Johnson, portrayed by the opposition party as being in the pockets of billionaires, said he was targeting his measures towards those who are less well off. "Get Brexit done and we can focus our hearts and minds on the priorities of the British people", Johnson said.
Labour has outlined ambitious and costly new proposals while the Conservative platform, only about half as long as Labour's, takes a more limited view of what's needed.
Johnson repeatedly insisted that spending increases are only feasible once Brexit is secured, and sought to portray the choice facing British voters as one between "out and out, retrograde and destructive socialism" and "sensible One Nation Conservatism".
The Conservatives, leading in most opinion polls and mindful of a series of problems that followed the party's platform launch in 2017, took a cautious approach Sunday, declining to outline a rash of new programs that might spawn controversy.
The manifesto pledges not to extend the Brexit transition period beyond the end of 2020, raising the prospect of a delayed no-deal split if a trading relationship can not be agreed.
There will also be more spending on infrastructure, science, and education, while at the same time controlling debt.
"They want to rip up our deal and negotiate a new one".
His repeated promise to "get Brexit done" will be much more hard if he doesn't win an outright majority as other parties plan to slow Brexit down - or halt it completely.
With its Brexit theme, the Conservatives were the last of the big political parties to spell out to Britain's 46 million voters their plans if Johnson returns to 10 Downing Street after the election.
Johnson called the election more than two years early in a bid for a parliamentary majority that would back his Brexit plan before the January 31 deadline.
Johnson's Conservative Party looks likely to score around 349 seats in the House of Commons.