LONDON, Aug 29 (Reuters / EP) –
The leader of the House of Commons, Jacob Rees-Mogg, said Thursday that the deputies who want to avoid a Brexit without agreement have two options, change the law or change the Government, but if they do not get it, the United Kingdom will leave the EU October 31st.
“All these people who are crying and clenching their teeth know that there are two ways of doing what they want to do,” said Ress-Moog, a Eurosceptic in charge of managing the affairs of the Government in Parliament, in statements to the BBC.
“One is to change the Government and the other is to change the law. If they do one of the two that will have an effect,” he stressed. “If they don't have the courage or the guts to do any of them then we will leave on October 31 according to the result of the referendum,” he stressed.
Isabel II authorized on Wednesday, at the request of the Boris Johnson Government, the suspension of Parliament from the second week of September until October 14, when the Queen's speech will be held in which the new Executive will present her program and proposals for the country.
The decision has generated a wave of criticism from the opposition, which sees in it an attempt by Johnson to leave them without time to act in Parliament and try to avoid a Brexit without agreement, to which the prime minister seems willing. In addition, more than one million citizens have signed a petition requesting that this measure be revoked.