Serhat TUNAR -TDO- British Prime Minister Boris Johnson submitted his latest proposal to the European Union regarding Brexit. If the proposal is not accepted by Brussels, the British Prime Minister said they would leave the union without agreement.
Prime Minister Johnson said that the British government has made concessions and hopes that the European Union will act in this direction. After three years of talks between the two sides, this step was considered by Johnson as a constructive and reasonable proposal. Germany and France have not yet made a statement.
In his speech at the annual Conference of the Conservative Party in Manchester, Boris Johnson said that they are not anti-European Union and that they will leave the European Union on 31 October regardless.
Johnson said that a new partnership should be established with the European Union and promised its citizens to build more hospitals in the country. He also pledged more attention to economic and health issues.