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Boris Johnson: As Opposition MPs tore into his new attempt at a withdrawal agreement, he didn’t look happy.

Boris Johnson has told Parliament he is prepared to break the so-called Benn Act and commit to a “no deal” Brexit if MPs – and MEPs – reject his latest pretence at offering a withdrawal agreement to the European Union.

See for yourself:

This Site has already explained why stakeholders in this matter – in both the UK and the EU – believe Mr Johnson’s latest deal is a sham.

Now BoJob has confirmed what we all expected – that he will break the law to push ahead with the “no deal” Brexit has has wanted all along.

This will fuel speculation that he is in hock to high-powered financial speculators who backed his bid to become leader of the Conservative Party. Hopefully John McDonnell’s demand for an immediate independent inquiry will win more support as a result.

Meanwhile Jeremy Corbyn and Ian Blackford have already confirmed that Labour and the SNP will not support the new attempt at a deal, and it seems unlikely to gain the votes it needs.

It seems the only immediate choice is a vote of “no confidence” in Mr Johnson’s government followed by a bid to form a temporary government led by Mr Corbyn. If this fails, then Speaker John Bercow may be prevailed upon to seek another delay of Brexit while a general election is held.

Perhaps Mr Johnson is hoping for that. It certainly seems the Liberal Democrats are supporting him in it, by refusing to back a Corbyn-led government.

Perhaps he thinks the Brexit-supporting public will put him back into Number 10 with a majority.

But after a series of failed attempts at Brexit, is anybody really stupid enough to think he has anything to offer us?

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