Prime Minister Boris Johnson
The British Prime Minister promised to do everything possible to ensure that the country has left the EU no later than 31 October.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that under no circumstances do not turn to the European Union with a request to strocke Brexit. He said this on 5 September, during a speech in front of police officers in Wakefield, informs television channel Sky News.
“I will see to it that this unnecessary delay was not, and will do everything possible to ensure that our country left the EU on October 31. Unfortunately, the Parliament voted yesterday to essentially deprive us of the opportunity to negotiate and significantly complicate the task of the government to reach agreement with the EU,” said Johnson.
According to him, the only way out of this situation is to hold early parliamentary elections, although not what he would like.
Johnson also promised that soon will be “dead in a ditch” than to turn to Brussels with a request to again postpone the date of Brexit.
Recall, September 4, the government of Johnson suffered a major defeat in Parliament.
The opposition managed to push through the House of Commons a bill which should compel the government to delay Brexit and to eliminate the possibility of the Kingdom’s exit from the EU without a deal with Brussels.
For the entry into force of the document must obtain the approval of the house of lords and the signature of Queen Elizabeth II.
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