Boris Johnson’s government is preparing to resist the parliaments’ last attempt to stop a no-deal Brexit. The two prevailing scenarios are that MPs will attempt to push the government to ask for an extension to Article 50 or will submit a no-confidence motion.

Johnson reiterated to the Sunday Times that current negotiations would either bring “a great deal” or the UK will get out of the EU by October 31, “come what may.”

MPs are expected to move on Tuesday under the so-called Standing Orde...


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