“Go away now!” Boris pulled back via a tough stance and ordered the Brexit talks to end.

According to a new poll, BORIS JOHNSON has been asked to carry out his threats against the EU and leave the bloc without an agreement.
Brexit LIVE: Boris had no choice but to close the door to the EU

The Prime Minister has repeatedly warned the EU that Britain is ready to leave without a deal. And yesterday, Mr Johnson told European Union negotiator Michel Barnier that there was “no basis for negotiation”, adding that there was little point in coming to London next week.

According to a survey by Express.co.uk, his tough approach was greatly welcomed during the talks.

The online poll found that a large majority of readers fully support the Prime Minister if he opposes Brussels.

Readers were asked: “Should Boris heed the threat to leave the EU without an agreement?”

A staggering 97 percent (9,400 people) said Boris was right to enforce his threat to end the talks without an agreement.

Only 3 percent (356 people) said the Prime Minister was wrong and 35 people said they did not know.

A total of 9,791 readers took part in the online survey, which opened yesterday at 3 p.m. and runs until 9 a.m. today.

In response to the survey, one reader responded, “Now tear up this cancellation agreement and send it back to Barnier, Macron and Merkel with the note,” You know what you can use this for “.

Another said: “Stop this nonsense now Boris. Go away now. “

Another reader said: “Yes! Leave now on WTO terms. No more negotiations until after January 1st – then only on certain areas of mutual interest. “

Brexit LIVE: Boris had no choice but to close the door to the EU

However, another reader asked if Mr Johnson was the right man to lead the country through Brexit.

He said: “I think I am not alone when I think Boris is no different from May.

“Oh how I wish Nigel Farage the waiting Prime Minister would stop standing on the sidelines and do his best and lead our country forward.

“Nigel seems like the only one who can see through those ducks and evasive maneuvers we’ve been serving for years!”

The Prime Minister accused European leaders of “having given up the idea of ​​a free trade agreement” and urged the country to “prepare for a no-deal outcome in negotiations after the October 15 deadline for an agreement” ”.

The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, responded to his media statement by promising that the EU would continue to negotiate and suggested that talks continue as planned in London next week.

But Lord Frost, the UK’s chief negotiator, spoke to his colleague Michel Barnier to tell him not to travel across the Channel next week.

However, the couple promised to speak “early next week” to indicate that hopes of continuing talks have not been entirely erased, despite Downing Street telling reporters the negotiations are now “over.”

A spokesman for Number 10 said: “Lord Frost spoke to Michel Barnier to keep the EU informed of the Prime Minister’s statement.

“Lord Frost said that, as the Prime Minister had made clear, yesterday’s European Council conclusions had left us with no basis to continue trade talks without fundamentally changing the EU’s approach to these negotiations.

“Accordingly, from Monday there was no basis for negotiations in London.

“He and Michel Barnier have agreed to speak again early next week.”

End this nonsense now Boris. Go away now

Brexit LIVE: Boris had no choice but to close the door to the EU

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