Boris Johnson has actually informed Tory MPs today that he will certainly not automatically sustain a no-deal Brexit in an upcoming election policy.

The head of state consulted with ex-cabinet priest Damian Green and also 3 coworkers from the 80 solid “One Nation” team, that were cautioning the PM not to embrace the Brexit plan of Nigel Farage and also his Brexit Party.

They asked the Mr Johnson to devote to discovering a discussed option with the EU after any type of election.

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Mr Green informed Sky News today that the head of state made that dedication.

Mr Johnson was come with by Eddie Lister, among his elderly experts, however not Dominic Cummings, that was an essential number in the Vote Leave project.

Mr Green informed Sky News that he entered to caution his team was worried regarding any type of idea of a no-deal placement in the next policy.

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“We desired to communicate the extremely solid message that we do not desire to see a no-deal Brexit as the objective of federal government plan – specifically in [the] next election policy.

“That’s an extremely solid message from every one of our fans and also participants.

“He claimed definitely it was not his intent to obtain no-deal.

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Damian Green, leader of the One Nation team, claimed he thought the PM

“Batting for a deal. He will continue to do so. No-deal is not the policy of government and and he doesn’t want it to be the policy of the government.”

Pushed regarding exactly how he might be certain of the dedication, he responded: “All I can say is what the PM said to me face-to-face across the cabinet table today. And I believe what he told me.”

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