On Thursday, British Prime Minister Borin Johnson has promised that he would never delay his country to exit from the European Union (EU) due on October 31, claiming that he would rather be “dead in a ditch” than do so.
When questioned if he could vow to the public of Britain that he wouldn’t go to Brussels and wait for another dealy to Brexit Deal, PM Johnson said: “Yes I can. I’d rather be dead in a ditch.”
While speaking at a Police Station in Northern England, he was quoted saying, “It achieves absolutely nothing. What on earth is the point of further delay.”
He has long vowed a more healthy negotiating position than that of his ancestors, former Prime Minister Theresa May, would lift the EU into providing last-minute adjustments in terms of Britain’s scheduled exit from the EU. According to a senior official source in the United Kingdom Foreign Office, under PM Johnson’s Administration, Britain’s Brexit negotiating team in real has been “completely hollowed out” with “key people reassigned”. Despite he has promised new proposals to solve the issue of the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. However, his team has “nothing remotely new on the table,” the official told Foreign Policy.
Its failure will mean that if a new law being issued in the House of Lords and finally passed, a delay in Brexit Deal is inevitable.