Boris Johnson says he is serious about ’no-deal’ Brexit threat

Boris Johnson says he is serious about ’no-deal’ Brexit threat

Boris Johnson, the favorite to replace PM Theresa May, said he was prepared to lead Britain out of the EU without a deal on October 31. Johnson, however, said he was convinced the EU would agree a new deal based on bits of May’s ’dead’ Withdrawal Agreement.

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Lord Baktor
Lord Baktor 1 year

It's not a threat, it's the only reasonable option and what they should have done in the first place. First you leave and then you negotiate whatever you need to.

Jermain Wijnhard
Jermain Wijnhard 1 year

Look at those headlines, smear merchants are all ready busting a nut over this.

Michael Hedderson
Michael Hedderson 1 year

He won't even get that far Brexiteers, put your circle jerk on hold. Seeing as he's now nailing his colours to no-deal at this stage of the contest, his government could quite likely be amongst the shortest-lived governments in British history, cos Corbyn will call a vote of No Confidence & PM Boris will definitely lose that with his current numbers. So out he will go, and then we'll either be in a broad coalition government (Lab/SNP/LibDem? ) or.. It'll be election time, with Farage snapping on his heels, Boris is by no means guaranteed to get back in. He can 'say' what he likes right now, but it doesn't matter right now, it'll matter in September.

MT144
MT144 1 year

Who is he threatening? Cause EU no longer cares. We are prepared. Are you?

Robo
Robo 1 year

Fucking finally.

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