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Boris Johnson admits there's no plan for no Brexit deal

July 11, 2017 2:56 PM

Boris Johnson has admitted the government has no plan for no deal on Brexit, claiming that "there is no plan for no deal, because we are going to get a great deal."

Liberal Democrat Brexit Spokesperson Tom Brake commented:

"This shows a shocking level of complacency.

"These kind of glib assurances are straight out of the Trump playbook.

"It is simply not good enough when people's jobs, living standards and rights are all on the line.

"People should be able to judge Boris Johnson on his actions not his words, with the chance to reject a disastrous Brexit deal and stay in the EU."