Boris Johnson has warned MPs tonight he will Never ask the EU for a Brexit extension as he issued a threat to call an Immediate election if rebel MPs move to block a No Deal Brexit.
In a statement to the nation from Downing Street, the Prime Minster made it clear a vote set to be forced by remainer MPs tomorrow will be treated as a confidence issue.
He said no more negotiations will be possible if MPs chop the legs out from Britain’s Position.
Although Mr Johnson insisted he did not want an election, he left no doubt he is ready to call one by vowing he will not obey any law passed by the House ordering a Brexit extension.
The Prime Minster said ” I want everybody to know there are no circumstances in which i will ask Brussels to delay. We are leaving on October 31. No Ifs or Buts.
Boris Johnson could call an Immediate Election on October 14, if MPs vote to block a No Deal Brexit tomorrow.