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Brexit is no more just a simple Brexit. It has turned to the Brexit crisis. In a recent development, Torries announced opposing Boris Johnson. British Prime Minister asked his party rebels to support his parliament suspension bill. Johnson further claims that he will not backtrack from his bill on parliament suspension. He further says that the UK will get a deal in the EU summit of October.

However, the opposition is emerging from the government benches. Some MPs have announced that they would vote against johnson on Tuesday. The rebel group claims that a “no-deal Brexit” will destroy the British economy. A no-deal Brexit will be harmful to the integrity of the UK. Addressing a public meeting at 10 Downing Street, Boris Johnson argued on the welfare project started by his government. He claimed that his party worked on the betterment of education, health, and security. There are rumors in the UK that General elections will be held on October 14. Political experts opine Boris Johnson is facing strong opposition from the government benches. Governing the country will be very difficult for him.

However, Johnson is standing with his promises. He favors preferably a negotiated or a no-deal Brexit. He says that Brexit is a “do or die” for the UK. But many parliamentarians and economic experts believe that a no-deal Brexit will create the mess for the UK. Furthermore, Boris Johnson received permission from Queen Elizabeth II to hang the parliament for five weeks. The parliament suspension has limited the options for opposition to block a no-deal Brexit.

The parliament suspension and expected no-deal Brexit caused countrywide protests. Tens of thousands protested against the government plan. Michael Gove is a key person in Johnson’s administration. He says that the government will not ignore any anti-no-deal proposal.

David Gauke is a senior conservative MP. He opines that the government will have to clarify whether it believes in the rule of law or not. He gave this statement while he was talking to BBC radio. Government sources claim that any conservative MP voting against the government will lose the party membership. He will also not be allowed to contest elections from the conservative party. Johnson has mentioned that he would not ask the EU to make a delay on Brexit. Boris Johnson’s administration claims that Torries are trying to play bluff.

If legislation against Johnson’s Brexit plan gets passed through the house of commons, Johnson may call for general elections. However, he will require the consent of two-third legislators. Former Prime Minister Tony Blair demanded a new referendum on British membership. He further said that opposition was being trapped by Johnson in an elephant trap. The next 48 hours will decide the direction of the UK on Brexit.

Conclusively we can say that the Brexit crisis is looming. Capitalists and Industrialists in the UK are worried about the unclear picture of Brexit crisis. Traders are hesitating in making new investments and firms are also reluctant in starting new projects. Unclear picture of Brexit is causing stress for common people. In this scenario, Tony Blair’s suggestion can also be implemented. A new referendum will bring clarity in British stance on Brexit. If expected Johnson’s call for new election manages to get the desired consent, trouble will get deeper. In the current situation, no party can obtain a two-third majority in parliament. On the other hand, the EU has also clarified that it will not make a new deal on Brexit. It seems that the UK will go out of the EU without a deal. We can just hope that this will bring stability in the lives of Britishers.

Related: No-Deal Brexit – An Economic Overview

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