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Johnson: I don't want No Deal Brexit


Prime Minister Boris Johnson has again made another u-turn, insisting that he does not want a no-deal Brexit.

Johnson instead seems to be focused on tweaking Theresa May’s Treaty, and has told reporters today that: “I don’t want a No Deal Brexit but I say to our EU friends if they don’t want No Deal they have got to get rid of the backstop.

“If Donald Tusk doesn’t want to go down in history as Mr. No Deal Brexit then I hope this point will be borne in mind by him too.”

It comes after the EU’s Donald Tusk had earlier said: “The EU was always open to co-operation when David Cameron wanted to avoid Brexit, when Theresa May wanted to avoid a No Deal Brexit, and we will also be ready now to hold serious talks with Prime Minister Johnson.

“One thing I will not co-operate on is No Deal. I still hope that Prime Minster Johnson will not like to go down in history as ‘Mr. No Deal’.”

Just look at how he and his pal Donald Tusk laughed and joked with each other:

How many u-turns will this Prime Minister make. Almost makes Theresa May seem consistent.