Boris Johnson Says He's Threatening To Break International Law Because The EU Is Keeping 'A Revolver On The Table'
PM Johnson says bill will stop EU using "stick" against UK
Britain's plan to break the Brexit divorce treaty through an Internal Market Bill is a protection against any attempts by the European Union to use the "stick" of Northern Ireland against Britain, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday. "It's a protection, it's a safety
UK PM Johnson says EU has not taken 'revolver' off table in trade deal talks
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday said that the European Union had not taken the "revolver" off the table in talks over post-Brexit relations, which he said was hindering negotiations over a free-trade deal.
Boris Johnson attacks his own Brexit deal as Tory revolt grows over law
The Prime Minister defended his power to break international law, attacking the Brexit deal he signed less than nine months ago and accusing the EU of being 'unreasonable'
Johnson Say EU Seeking UK Break Up As MPs Vote On Brexit Bill
Prime Minister Boris Johnson accused the European Union on Monday of threatening to break up the United Kingdom, as he urged lawmakers to back a controversial bill to override parts of the Brexit treaty struck with Brussels only last year. He was speaking ahead of the first vote by MPs on the UK Internal Market Bill, which has sparked threats of legal action in Brussels and outrage at home as it overtly seeks to breach international law.