Boris Johnson's last option to get no deal Brexit revealed – surprising ...

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BORIS JOHNSON may still be able to push through a nodeal Brexit after the December election with the help of an influential group.

PUBLISHED: 16:56, Mon, Dec 2, 2019 | UPDATED: 16:56, Mon, Dec 2, 2019

Joe Twyman of Delta Poll said Mr Johnson may be able to force through a no deal Brexit in 2020 but added that the European Research Group (ERG) would be integral to this plan. Mr Twyman told, in the event Boris Johnson wins an election, but with a small majority, he will greatly require the support of the Pro-Brexit group. Mr Twymann insisted that the ERG will be able to insist the Prime Minister renegotiates a new Brexit deal with the possibility of a no deal Brexit back on the table.

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The polling expert said: “I don’t think a no deal Brexit is completely off the table.

“If we go back to the second scenario where the Conservatives fail to get a majority of 25 but they do get a majority, let us imagine that Boris Johnson is then beholden to the ERG.

“The ERG can then decide that they don’t like the deal and that they don’t believe it goes far enough for them.

“They could then insist that Boris Johnson goes back and renegotiates.

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Brexit News Boris JohnsonJoe Twyman explained Boris Johnson may still be able to push a no deal Brexit (Image: Getty )

Brexit News update latest Jacob Rees-MoggJoe Twyman explained that the ERG may be able to force Boris to renegotiate a Brexit deal in 2020 (Image: Getty )

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