Boris Johnson adamant United Kingdom parliament can not halt Brexit

Boris Johnson adamant United Kingdom parliament can not halt Brexit

British media reported on Saturday the Prime Minister Boris Johnson would use his trips to France and Germany this week to tell European leaders that British parliament can not stop Brexit, and urge them to agree to restart negotiations within to avoid a no-deal exit on October 31.

"This is a landmark moment in taking back control of our laws from Brussels", Barclay said in a statement.

The revelations come just before Boris Johnson takes his first official foreign trip as prime minister to meet with President Emmanuel Macron of France and Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany in advance the G-7 summit this coming weekend in Biarritz, France.

He is expected to push for fresh negotiations over the terms of Brexit or warn that the European Union faces Britain crashing out of the bloc on October 31 - the latest delayed date for its departure.

Young activists from Our Future, Our Choice held a protest outside the Scottish Conservative's headquarters in Edinburgh to warn that a no-deal Brexit threatens the future of the Union.

However, analysts said the move was largely symbolic and could be undone.

British government officials were quick to dismiss the report's sobering prophesies - but apparently didn't think it worthwhile to compare notes before issuing their rebuttals.

"When you have an instruction as a politician you need to act on it".

"A group of more than 100 lawmakers wrote to Johnson calling for an emergency recall of parliament to discuss the situation".

Opponents of a no-deal Brexit have used the poll as evidence that Mr Johnson - who has vowed to take Britain out of Europe on October 31 "do or die" - doesn't have a mandate to leave without a deal. We believe our voice is important - both in representing the pro-EU perspective and also to help rebalance the right wing extremes of much of the United Kingdom national press.

Main opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn wants to call a vote of no confidence in Johnson's government after parliament returns.

But Michael Gove, the minister responsible for no-deal Brexit planning, said it envisaged a "worst case" scenario.

There would likely be some form of hard border imposed on the island of Ireland, the document implied.

British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is seeking to persuade European Union leaders to reopen Brexit talks or face the prospect of its second-largest member leaving abruptly on October 31 with no deal in place to mitigate the economic shock, according to a report by Reuters. The government of Gibraltar also claimed that predictions of queues of up to four hours at the border with Spain were "out of date" and based on "planning for worst-case scenarios".

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