Johnson said there will be no deferral of Brexit »GoGetNews News

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would not ask for a postponement of Britain’s exit from the European Union (Brexit) under any circumstances. It is reported by CNN.

According to Johnson, Brexit will be held on October 31, despite the possible adoption by the British Parliament of a bill to postpone Britain's exit from the EU. The relevant bill is planned to be adopted by opponents of Brexit.

"Under no circumstances will I ask Brussels to postpone Brexit. We will exit the EU on October 31 without exaggeration," Johnson said.

In addition, the British Prime Minister announced positive developments in negotiations with Brussels.

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"The chances of a deal are growing. Britain now has a clear vision of future relations with the EU," Johnson said.

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