British Prime Minister Boris Johnson described the terms of the Brexit agreement as ‘unacceptable’ and urged Brussels to reconsider its refusal to negotiate.
Johnson said his new government would put Britain’s preparations out without agreement as a priority, if there was no agreement with the European Union (EU), by the Oct. 31 deadline.
“I prefer to leave the EU without agreement. I believe it is possible even in the final moments and I will make sure it goes.
“The withdrawal agreement which was negotiated earlier of the previous office was denied three times this board. The term is unacceptable to parliament and this country, “Johnson told parliament.
He also confirmed Britain would not nominate anyone to the European Commission for a term starting Nov 1.