Serhat TUNAR -TDO- It is claimed that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will continue to fight for the postponement of Brexit, which will expire on October 31, and will not demand any additional time or postponement at the European Union Leaders summit next month.
After the resignation of Labor Minister Amber Rudd on Saturday, the two ministers said that despite resignations, Prime Minister Boris Johnson would remain loyal to Britain's plan to leave the European Union as of October 31st.
However, political analysts, who think Johnson's insistence has led the country to uncertainty, have been criticizing Johnson for calling him a dictator for his October 31st insistence.
As it is known, UK Labor Minister Amber Rudd announced that she has resigned from her social media account.
He cited Prime Minister Johnson's expulsion of 21 MPs from the Conservative Party's parliamentary group.