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Er…: This is the (unattractive) face of a man who has no answers about a Brexit deal because he wants to leave the EU without one.

More than 11 days after Boris Johnson accepted a challenge to solve the Northern Ireland border backstop issue and devise a new EU withdrawal agreement within 30 days, he has yet to come forward with anything.

That’s according to the BBC’s Katya Adler. She makes a very important point:

Proroguing Parliament does not provide space to agree a Brexit deal because Parliament has to approve it first – and Dictator Johnson is making it harder for Parliament to do that.

Technically-minded negotiators say a new solution that respects both the EU’s and UK’s “red lines” is a “unicorn”.

We may conclude that Mr Johnson most certainly did not prorogue Parliament to agree a new deal. In fact, it seems, the reason he did it is the exact opposite – to prevent Parliament from interfering with his planned “no deal” Brexit.

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