UK PM rejects calls for no-deal Brexit ahead of December 12th election


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UK PM rejects calls for no-deal Brexit ahead of December 12th election

On Saturday, the 2nd of November 2019, the UK PM Boris Johnson was met with sheer criticism from a Brexit party leader, Nigel Farage, after the newly appointed PM of the United Kingdom had swayed away from his earlier call for a Brexit by any means, a deal or without a deal and rejected calls to suspend his Brexit deal ahead of a December 12th snap election aimed at breaking off the Brexit deadlock.

Aside from that, PM Johnson’s Saturday’s (November 2nd) rejection of a no-deal Brexit, which had been met with steep setbacks from hard Brexiteers likes of Nigel Farage, follows another comment from PM Johnson on Sunday (November 3rd) that confirmed his stance in favour of a Brexit with a deal which he had reached earlier with the EU commission, while the British PM had been quoted saying that his Brexit deal had been the only way for Britain to secure a divorce from EU Commission.

Meanwhile, followed by two weekend comments from PM Johnson which had inveterated his stance to embrace a fresh break from the EU Commission, analysts and economists were quoted saying late on Sunday (November 3rd) that the UK PM Johnson’s softer tones on a Brexit would likely to result in a potential split of Eurosceptic votes.