British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will make a "final proposal" to the European Union on Wednesday with the aim of concluding a new deal for "fair and reasonable" Brexit, his services announced on Tuesday. .
"If Brussels does not talk about this proposal, then this Government will stop negotiating until we leave the European Union," it said in a statement.
The document adds that the head of government will present the formal proposals in the closing speech at the conservative congress in Manchester on Wednesday.
The UK Government has promised to make concrete proposals to replace backstop, the last resort solution included in the Exit Agreement negotiated by predecessor Theresa May and Brussels, before the European Council on 17 and 18 October.
The mechanism is to create a "Common Customs Territory" covering the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom, where there would be no quotas or tariffs for industrial and agricultural products circulating on the island of Ireland.
This solution would only come into force after the transitional period, originally expected to last until the end of 2020, if no other mechanism could be found, but Boris Johnson considers it to be 'undemocratic' because it subjects the UK to EU rules after '. Brexit '.
Backstop was also the main reason invoked by several Eurosceptics and the Northern Ireland Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) for lead three times from the Exit Agreement, resulting in the postponement of Brexit beyond the originally set date of 29 June. March.
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