The United Kingdom is likely to go for a no-deal Brexit, if the UK cannot get compromise from the EU by the 31st of October deadline, which is now fast approaching.
EU leaders’ have been consistently threatening the United Kingdom for billions of pounds upon the UK’s exit from the European Union.
It comes as Nigel Farage sets out his plans for a no deal withdrawal from the European Union, which most Brexiteers are now supportive of in their agenda to leave the EU on a clean-slate.
The United Kingdom has consistently encouraged the EU to compromise on the backstop arrangement of Theresa May’s terrible withdrawal arrangement.
French President, Emanuel Macron, has said that the UK owes the EU billions and must give the European Union the overpriced £39 billion figure.
Boris Johnson has also indicated that a no-deal Brexit is more likely, due to the fact the EU will not compromise.