British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday apologized for not bringing Britain out of the EU by October 31, while Brexit leader Nigel Farage has announced he will not contest next month’s general election.
“It is something to be regretted”, he told Sky News, before criticizing US President Donald Trump for stating that Brexit agreements with Brussels would impede US / Britain trade cooperation in the future.
“I don’t want to ‘attack’ him but I want to admit that he made a mistake.
“Anyone who has seen the deal agrees that it’s a great thing. It allows us to have full control over tariffs”, Boris Johnson said.
Trump on Thursday told Farage that there are some things in the deal that cannot be changed.
Farage said on Sunday, he would not contest for a Member of Parliament in the next general election but his party would challenge the Tories nationwide.