Boris Johnson urged French President Emanuel Macron to”push ahead” to procure a Brexit offer and told him that the EU shouldn’t be lured to the mistaken belief that the UK will remain in the bloc following Oct.31, the British prime minister’s office stated.
“That is the opportunity to get a deal done: a deal that’s endorsed by parliamentarians and a bargain that entails compromise on all sides,” a senior British government source said on Sunday.
“The UK has made a large, significant offer but it’s time for the Commission to demonstrate a willingness to compromise also. Otherwise, the UK will depart without an offer.”
Together with the Oct. 31 deadline coming, Johnson has always said he won’t ask for another delay to Brexit, but also when asked about laws which compels him to ask if no withdrawal bargain was agreed by Oct. 19.,” he’s stated he won’t violate the law.
He hasn’t explained the obvious contradiction in his remarks.
With only 24 days ahead of the United Kingdom is supposed to depart the EU, the future of Brexit, it is most important geopolitical move because World War Two, is unclear. It might leave with a bargain or with no a single – or not depart in any way.
Both sides are positioning themselves to prevent blame for a delay or even a twisted no-deal Brexit.