Premiership of Theresa May
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson plans to exclude Brexit without a deal possibility in a manifesto prepared by his Conservative Party, British newspapers, including the Times, reported.
The prime minister's manifesto will focus on "getting Brexit done immediately" by pushing his "fantastic" deal through the Commons as soon as MPs return, The Sunday Times reported.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said today that it is up to the European Union to decide on a delay for Brexit, but the UK should leave the bloc on October 31, Reuters reported.
"It's in their (EU) power now to decide whether or not to have an extension. What we have is a great deal on the table."
Tusk tweeted on Tuesday that he will urge the other 27 EU nations to approve Britain's delay, Associated Press reports.
Britain has sought a three-month delay until the end of January 2020. That was done after Parliament passed a law forcing Prime Minister Boris Johnson to seek the delay.
I will work with energy and determination to reach an agreement on Brexit before the UK leaves the EU on October 31st. This was stated by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The two will discuss the matter at a meeting on the sidelines of the UN next week, BTA reports.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Sept. 10 he would not request an extension to Brexit, hours after a law came into force demanding that he delay Britain's departure from the European Union until 2020 unless he can strike a divorce deal.