A rebellious Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Saturday that he would oppose endeavors to defer Britain’s takeoff from the European Union past the month’s end after Parliament deferred a choice on whether to back his Brexit bargain and requested the legislature to approach the EU for additional time. Johnson said regardless he meant to meet the Oct. 31 cutoff time and would reveal to EU pioneers that deferring Brexit is an impractical notion. The coalition…"Johnson says he will resist any Brexit delay beyond Oct. 31"
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s career of disdain for the European Union was a thing of the past on Thursday as he and the bloc’s leaders celebrated their long-sought Brexit deal. He now faces an opponent closer to home: his own Parliament. With the ink barely dry on the proposal and Johnson still happily backslapping EU leaders at a summit in Brussels, a chorus of British party leaders said they would vote against the deal.…"Boris Johnson gets EU Brexit deal; next hurdle is Parliament"
Unrepentant Boris Johnson faces raucous Parliament An unrepentant Prime Minister Boris Johnson dismissed cries of “Leave!” and challenged the political restriction to attempt to topple him Wednesday at an unruly session of Parliament, a day after Britain’s high court ruled he acted unlawfully in suspending the body in front of the Brexit cutoff time. Johnson decidedly guarded his push to pull back Britain from the European Union by the Oct. 31, with or without a…"Unrepentant Boris Johnson faces raucous Parliament"