EU says ‘non’ to Johnson’s plea for backstop changes

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The EU seems to be refusing to budge on their pledge to keep the Irish backstop in the Withdrawal Agreement as Boris Johnson made his first plea to Europe to change the deal. In his letter to Donald Tusk, the PM said that the mechanism was ‘anti-democratic.’ There has yet to be an official response from the EU.

With little Parliamentary support for no-deal, the only way Johnson can get out is through a general election, considering that a new deal is unlikely to get past Brussels or Parliament.

Johnson knows that the only way to prorogue Parliament is to dissolve it for a general election…

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