Boris Johnson has admitted that he will need the cooperation of the European Union to avoid border issues with Ireland or crippling tariffs on trade, in the event of no Brexit deal.
In an interview with the BBC, the favourite to become UK’s next Prime Minister said that this did not just depend on the UK. He said he did not believe that the UK could leave the European Union without an agreement, but was willing to do so. He added that the existing agreement negotiated Theresa May is dead.
Asked about issues he had with his partner, Johnson said it was not fair to drag loved ones into the debate. News that Boris Johnson had an argument with his partner, Carrie Symonds, dominated the headlines, after the police were called to the home in London.