It is the Monday after “Super Saturday” – when the Commons held a weekend sitting for the first time in 37 years – but it did not go as Prime Minister Boris Johnson had hoped. So what now?
Boris Johnson has has come under fire after he distanced himself from a legally required request to the EU for a Brexit extension which he refused to sign.
Boris Johnson has confirmed to European Council president Donald Tusk that he will be writing to him on Saturday night to seek a Brexit delay, the PA news agency understands.
It was billed as “Super Saturday” as the Commons held a weekend sitting for the first time in 37 years, but things did not go the way Prime Minister Boris Johnson had planned.
A defiant Boris Johnson has said he will not negotiate a fresh Brexit delay with the EU despite losing a key Commons vote.
Boris Johnson has appealed to MPs to get behind his Brexit deal, warning any further delay would be “pointless” and “corrosive” of public trust.
Boris Johnson has urged MPs to back his Brexit deal telling them that the time had come to heal the rift in British politics over the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.