Boris Johnson has mentioned he “won’t be deterred by anybody” from leaving the EU on 31 October.
The prime minister mentioned he was “cautiously optimistic” of getting a Brexit deal, however the UK would go away by the deadline “whatever happens”.
EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier mentioned he didn’t have “reasons to be optimistic” over getting a deal.
Mr Johnson will meet him and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Monday for talks.
The PM’s feedback come after Parliament handed a regulation forcing him to ask for an extension to Brexit.
Mr Johnson should write to the EU on 19 October to ask for an additional three months, except he returns with a deal – then authorized by MPs – or will get the Commons to again a no-deal Brexit.
But regardless of the brand new regulation, Mr Johnson mentioned he would moderately be “dead in a ditch” than ask for an extension.
MPs managed to go the regulation earlier than Parliament was suspended – or prorogued – within the early hours of Tuesday morning till 14 October.
Mr Johnson mentioned the federal government had made the transfer so it may maintain a Queen’s Speech and put ahead its new home coverage agenda.
But opposition MPs declare it was to cease scrutiny in Parliament of his Brexit plans.
Earlier this week, a Scottish court docket dominated the prorogation was illegal because it was motivated by an “improper purpose of stymieing Parliament”.
The authorities is interesting towards the choice and a ruling will be made by the Supreme Court in London on Tuesday.