Johnson's debut in the Chamber immediately clashed with the EU

Thu, 25 Jul 2019 13:44:07 +0200

First day of Boris Johnson in Downing Street, first clash with the EU. 'Brexit on October 31st, Gren Britain is the best country to live on Earth, the first economy in Europe,' says the new prime minister. The agreement on the exit of the Kingdom from the EU found by May was already rejected three times by the Municipalities and is unacceptable. Johnson points out as a "priority" of his government the commitment to prepare for a Brexit no deal. His goal, he repeats in the House of Commons, is to reach an "alternative" divorce agreement with Brussels, but in the case of closed doors the option remains to leave the EU without agreement. An output, once again the new Prime Minister Tory, which will take place on October 31 "in any circumstance". Meanwhile, London will not appoint a representative to Ursula von der Leyen's new Commission. So 'preparing for the no deal is a priority. Corbyn's reaction lasts: 'Johnson has no Brexit plan'. "We have heard Jonhson's speech - said the European Commission spokeswoman Mina Andreeva - she will not comment on it, but I want to reiterate the position of the EU that remains the same". So the European Commission spokeswoman Mina Andreeva to those who asked her to comment on what was said yesterday by the British prime minister who had raised a new agreement with the EU. "We have reached an agreement on the withdrawal with the United Kingdom which is the best possible agreement" and "we are ready to add elements on the political declaration, but we will not reopen the withdrawal agreement". Â Â