İrem UZUN –TDO- Boris Johnson has vowed to stay on as the UK's Prime Minister even if he fails to secure a deal to leave the European Union, saying only his Conservative Government can deliver Brexit on October 31, no matter what.
At the beginning of his party's annual conference in the northern city of Manchester, Johnson wants to rally his party with the "do or die" message that he will deliver Brexit by the end of October, with or without a deal.
Johnson again declined to explain how he plans to circumvent that law and deliver on his Brexit promise, deepening uncertainty Britain's biggest trade and foreign policy shift for more than 40 years."People can feel that this country is approaching an important moment of choice and we have to get on and we have to deliver Brexit on October the 31st ... I'm going to get on and do it," he told the BBC television.
Johnson said he is still hopeful of securing a "good deal" but added that he would not pretend it will be easy."It is certainly true that other EU countries also don't want this thing to keep dragging on, and they don't want the UK to remain in the EU truculent and mutinous and in a limbo and not wishing to cooperate in the way that they would like," he said."There is a strong view across the EU that it is time to move on."