If Mr Johnson becomes British PM, Tory Mutiny would finish him before time if he insists on ‘no-deal BREXIT’, promising ‘tariffs free trade regime’ based on no fact — The European Sting

Boris as UK Premier to be cornered if attempting a no-deal Brexit — The European Sting – Critical News & Insights on European Politics, Economy, Foreign Affairs, Business & Technology – europeansting.com

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Brexit news: Nigel Farage delivered a brilliant reply to when Brexit will ‘end’, predicts 31 October watershed moment for his Brexit Party

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage delivered a brilliant reply after he was asked when Brexit would “end” by Piers Morgan. It comes as candidates who have put themselves forward for the Conservative Party leadership have been quizzed over whether they would be willing to pull the UK out of the EU without a deal at the end of October. Mr Farage said: “I tell you where it will end, October 31 is the big looming date, as was March 29.

To use her deathless phrase, nothing will be changed by her departure

BREXIT – the ‘real deal’ happens during Prime Minister Theresa May’s Premiership; …really?

CRIMSON TAZVINZWA//’Brexit!’ – if it were a foolishly memorised moment/event of utter stupidity bordering on lunacy, it would be this one for me to be fair; it’s not ‘how high you can jump’/ except something else just as ordinary as it can be; thinking about it, even amoeba brains can easily cope with – given their capacity.CRIMSON TAZVINZWA//’Brexit!’ – if it were a foolishly memorised moment/event of utter stupidity bordering on lunacy, it would be this one for me to be fair; it’s not ‘how high you can jump’/ except something else just as ordinary as it can be; thinking about it, even amoeba brains can easily cope with – given their capacity.

U.K. Parliament votes against no-deal Brexit, paving way for delay

Britain eyes Brexit ‘no-deal’ trade shift to China from the European Union

Britain’s Parliament voted to avoid an economically disastrous no-deal split from the European Union, opening the door to delaying Brexit and radically re-writing the terms of the divorce.

The House of Commons voted 321 to 278 to reject leaving the EU with no deal and is now expected to seek to delay Brexit in the hope of securing a better deal, which markets would welcome.

Speaking in the Commons, Prime Minister Theresa May said Parliament must now face up to the consequences of its decisions. She announced that if a deal can be agreed to in the coming days, she would ask the EU for a short “technical” extension to the March 29 exit day deadline. If there’s no deal, the delay will be much longer, she said.