Brexit: Boris Johnson afirma que el acuerdo es posible
Noticias - miércoles, 11 de septiembre de 2019
Boris Johnson has said "there is a way" of getting a new Brexit deal, as he defended the decision to suspend Parliament for five weeks.
The PM said "loads of people" wanted an agreement, but he was prepared to leave without one if "absolutely necessary".Parliament will not resume sitting until 14 October, three days before a crucial Brexit summit of EU leaders.
The PM, who has met the leadership of Northern Ireland's DUP, said claims this was undemocratic were "nonsense". Amid unprecedented scenes in the Commons early on Tuesday, some MPs protested against the suspension with signs saying "silenced" while shouting: "Shame on you."
But Mr Johnson rejected claims this was an affront to democracy, saying the opposition parties were given the chance of an election before the Brexit deadline on 31 October but had spurned it.
Opposition MPs said a law blocking a no-deal Brexit must be implemented before there could be any election.
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