United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday that he will ensure that his government obey the law and find a deal with the European Union to ensure that they get Brexit done.
The United Kingdom Parliament had passed the law which has led the government to seek an extension in case there is no agreement with the European Union. This was done to ensure that a no-deal Brexit does not become a possibility.
The Parliament which reconvened on Wednesday had seen the Prime Minister address the parliament regarding the state of negotiations with the EU and what are the government’s proposal.
Johnson, who has dubbed the law as the ‘surrender act’ had told he parliament that he would plan to obey the law and that he is sure a plan will come in place before the deadline of Brexit which is October 31st.
According to a report in Reuters, the Prime Minister had said that the reason why he calls the law the ‘surrender acts’ is ” It has had the effect with our European friends making them think: ‘maybe parliament can block this thing, maybe they will be forced to extend.”
The Parliament has been critical of the government since the suspension had been lifted by the UK Supreme Court. The Johnson government has been trying to shield itself from the criticism and allegations of the opposition by trying to find a way to get out of the Brexit quagmire and return to its normal state of affairs.
(Inputs from agencies)