The United Kingdom government has issued a final demand in terms of the Brexit deadline for the 31st of October. It comes as EU leaders continue to negotiate among themselves the terms of the UK’s departure.
The United Kingdom has been at cross-roads for months as it aims to leave the stagnating EU bloc. The Remain faction of Parliament has blocked the UK departure and forced a law that demands Boris must seek an extension to Article 50.
There has been recent suggestions that the United Kingdom may never leave the European Union fully. The Remain faction of Parliament claim to be against a “no deal”, but in reality, they do not want the UK to leave the EU jurisdiction at all.
Team Boris have issued a final Demand to the EU and said that they can either take the deal or the United Kingdom will walk away. A general election announcement is expected to take place after the 31st of October.