As Great Britain inches closer to another Brexit deadline, the country’s politicians are making moves in advance of what promises to be a raucous two-months until the October 31 leave date. While most lawmakers in the UK — including Prime Minister Boris Johnson (shown) — favor having some sort of deal that lays out a trade and border security agreement with European Union prior to the separation, some hardliners are insisting that Great Britain leave the European Union on October 31, with or without a deal in place.
Queen Elizabeth II has granted a request by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to suspend Parliament ahead of the October 31 date for Great Britain to leave the European Union. The highly controversial move will allow far less time for parliamentary debate ahead of the new deadline and increases the odds of a no-deal Brexit, which some claim would be disastrous for Great Britain’s economy.
So Just who is Boris Johnson? Alexander Boris De Pfeffel Johnson as is his full name and he grew up as the eldest of four children. According to friends and family. Boris grew up believing that life was one big competition and he wanted to come out on top. In fact, as a young boy he was asked what he wanted to be when he grew up, he answered, “I want to be King.”