Brexit: PM to tell EU leaders to renegotiate deal

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Boris Johnson will tell EU leaders there needs to be a new Brexit understanding when he creates his initial outing abroad as PM after this week.

The UK will leave a EU on 31 Oct with or though a deal, he will insist.

However No 10 pronounced there will be “very small discussion” of Brexit during a meetings in France and Germany.

Meanwhile, a Sunday Times has printed leaked supervision documents warning of food, medicine and fuel shortages in a no-deal scenario.

It says a Treasury paper on preparations for a no-deal Brexit, codenamed Operation Yellowhammer, reveals that a UK could also face months of intrusion during a ports, while skeleton to equivocate a tough limit between Northern Ireland and a Republic of Ireland are doubtful to infer sustainable.

The supervision pronounced a request was not what it approaching to happen, though summarized scenarios being looked during as partial of a no-deal preparations.

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The primary apportion will transport to Berlin to accommodate German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday, and accommodate French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris on Thursday.

He is approaching to contend that council can't and will not change a outcome of a 2016 referendum and insist there contingency be a new understanding to reinstate Theresa May’s Withdrawal Agreement – that was degraded 3 times by MPs – if a UK is to leave a EU with a deal.

However, it is suspicion that a leaders are some-more expected to plead issues such as unfamiliar policy, security, trade and a environment, forward of a G7 limit subsequent weekend.

Boris Johnson had been demure to fly to accommodate European leaders until it seemed a breakthrough was likely.

But – it still doesn’t.

When Mr Johnson meets a EU’s many absolute leaders – Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron – he will repeat his summary that a UK is leaving, no matter what, during a finish of October.

He will tell them face-to-face for a initial time that a usually approach a UK will pointer adult to a understanding is if a EU thinks again, and replaces a agreement brokered by Theresa May.

But there seems to be small probability of any critical swell in a entrance days.

No 10 does not seem quite confident and says that it expects both sides will contend their piece, afterwards pierce on to other issues.

Meanwhile Labour personality Jeremy Corbyn has reiterated his call for MPs to work together to stop no-deal Brexit.

Speaking to a Observer, Mr Corbyn pronounced his devise to be commissioned as a caretaker PM was a “simplest and many approved approach to stop no-deal”.

“We have to seize a event before it’s too late, so a people, rather than an unelected primary minister, can confirm a country’s future,” he said.

The Labour personality has pronounced he would check Brexit, call a snap election, and debate for another referendum as a caretaker PM.

Several Tory MPs and Liberal Democrats deserted his proposals, nonetheless it won a a intensity subsidy of a SNP and Plaid Cymru.

Lib Dem personality Jo Swinson pronounced Mr Corbyn was “divisive” and instead suggested that Conservative MP Ken Clarke or former Labour personality Harriet Harman could conduct a proxy government.

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Meanwhile, in a minute seen by a Mail on Sunday, Mr Johnson has warned insurgent Tory MPs that their antithesis to a no-deal Brexit is deleterious a awaiting of removing a new deal.

He pronounced it was “plain as a pikestaff” that a EU will “not concede as prolonged as they trust there is a faintest probability that Parliament can retard Brexit on 31 October”.

More than 100 MPs from opposite a Commons have urged a primary apportion to remember council and let it lay henceforth until a UK leaves a EU.

In a letter, MPs say: “Our nation is on a margin of an mercantile crisis, as we career towards a no-deal Brexit that will have an evident outcome on food and medical supplies, repairs a economy, jobs, a open finances, open services, universities and long-term mercantile security.

“We face a inhabitant emergency, and council contingency be removed now in Aug and lay henceforth until 31 October, so that a voices of a people can be heard, and that there can be correct inspection of your government.”

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