The EU's no-deal plans come as Britain's Conservative Party is picking a new party head and prime minister to replace Theresa May after her three consecutive failures to pass through the House of Commons the Withdrawal Agreement that she secured with the bloc.
A small hardcore of ultra-remain Conservative Members of Parliament voted with Labour to act against no-deal Brexit Wednesday night - an attempt that was seen off by the government - but now former attorney general and anti-Brexit rebel Dominic Grieve has said he would try to bring the government down altogether.
Earlier, at his official campaign launch, Mr Johnson said both the main parties faced an "existential threat" unless Britain left the European Union by the latest deadline of October 31.
Mr. Starmer said defeated June 12 motion would have ensured that "If the next Prime Minister is foolish enough to try to pursue a no deal Brexit then Parliament would have the means to prevent that". He says in a speech to be...
"Any Tory leadership candidate should know that Parliament will continue to fight against no deal".
Conservative opponents of no-deal and leadership candidates, Matt Hancock and Rory Stewart, revealed that they would vote against the motion. Whoever succeedsTheresa May as Prime Minister will have to find a way out of the crisis.
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The vote, which they lost by 309 votes to 298, had been looking to take charge of the parliamentary agenda for June 25, and to get binding legislation passed that would eliminate the option of a no-deal Brexit, and also prevent future leaders from suspending Parliament to force through any such arrangement.
"This is a disappointing, narrow defeat". He told the BBC: "We have run out of all the possibilities that any of us can at the moment think of".
This is where the United Kingdom would leave the European Union without getting a withdrawal agreement. "I don't think it will be in our national interest that we drive towards this cliff-edge at speed".
"That means understanding that we can not call ourselves a "one nation" party, if there are whole swathes of this country that don't think that we share their values and their needs".
Referring to his record as mayor of London, he said: "I do what I promise to do as a politician".