UK PM candidate Johnson: UK parliament is ready to back a no-deal Brexit – BBC
UK Prime Minister candidate Boris Johnson is on wires now, via BBC, saying that the British parliament is ready to back a no-deal Brexit. Mr. Johnson was interviewed by the BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg where he gave comments over Brexit but refrained from providing details of latest home raw that’s much on the spotlight at the UK.
Key Points (via BBC)
- UK parliament is ready to back a no-deal Brexit.
- Need to convince EU that we are serious about leaving it.
- Will ensure plan to deliver Brexit by end of October.
- My pledge is to come out of EU on Oct. 31.
- Does not believe we will end up there, but need to prepare for Brexit under WTO rules.
- Nobody believes hard border will be necessary in Ireland, there are abundant technical fixes.
- I will govern from the center-right.
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