Johnson: new deal or no deal, but no postponement

Fri, 4 Oct 2019 20:58:20 +0200

LONDON, OCTOBER 4 - The legal document according to which Boris Johnson would undertake to ask the EU for an extension of the Brexit beyond October 31, in the event of failure to reach an agreement with Brussels, means nothing. At least not according to the same prime minister, British Tory, who tweets dry tonight: "New agreement or no deal, but no postponement". Words that confirm innumerable previous declarations, contrasting however with the dictates of the so-called anti-no-deal law (or Benn Act, from the name of the first promoter) approved by its opponents in Parliament.