British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that Brexit should be put on a vote and urged the parliamentarians not to disrupt his plans relating to the removal of the UK from the European Union. Reuters reported that.
“The fundamental choice is this: are you going to side with Jeremy Corbyn and those who want to cancel the referendum? Are you going to side with those who want to scrub the democratic verdict of the people — and plunge this country into chaos?” Johnson told the Sunday Times.
Boris Johnson promised to lead the country out of the EU until October 31.
Previous votes have indicated that a majority in parliament is opposing a no-deal Brexit, but in a newspaper interview, Johnson said that backing opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn risked there being no Brexit at all.
Earlier, the Labour opposition leader tried to prevent Britain’s no-deal exit, which was approved by former Prime Minister of the UK Theresa May. Corbyn was planning to retire all Johnson’s government and appoint national elections, according to Euronews.
As it is known, the acting Prime Minister is trying to review Brexit’s conditions.
Brussels agreed on waiting until the end of October to give the country an opportunity to vote for Brexit agreement. Otherwise, no-deal Brexit threatens with significant damage for the economics of the country as well as with problems in political and law spheres.