This is evidenced by a survey conducted by the consulting company ComRes for the newspaper Daily Telegraph.
With the statement: “Boris (Johnson) has to get out of the EU in any way, including by suspending the work of the parliament, if necessary, to prevent members of parliament from stopping Brexit,” agreed 54% of respondents.
Disagree with this statement 46% of respondents.
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ComRes interviewed 1,645 respondents.
Johnson promised to withdraw Britain from the European Union on October 31, regardless of whether he succeeds in making a deal with Brussels.
A significant part of the British Parliament considers a deal with the EU a prerequisite for Brexit.
In a referendum on June 23, 2016, 51.9% of those who voted supported Britain's exit from the European Union.