Brexit warning to Boris as Tory MP threatens to turn against PM over EU ...

BORIS JOHNSON was issued a dire warning "many" Tory MPs may turn against him during EU trade relationship negotiations.

PUBLISHED: 21:24, Wed, Feb 26, 2020 | UPDATED: 21:25, Wed, Feb 26, 2020

Despite delivering Brexit on January 31 2020 Prime Minister Boris Johnson still faces more challenges with the EU. Mr Johnson must now ensure he and his team negotiate a beneficial trade relationship deal with the bloc. The Prime Minister has 10 months to solidify a deal that finalises the majority of the details on how the UK and EU will trade in the future.

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While on the BBC's Andrew Neil Show, Tory MP Tobias Ellwood insisted he and other MPs would "fight" to stop Boris Johnson's Government walking away from the EU talks without a newly agreed trade policy at the end of the year.

Mr Tobias Ellwood and Mr Neil also engaged in a heated row over whether a no-deal trade agreement was still a possibility.

Mr Neil said: "We have seen the Prime Minister and David Frost, who is leading the negotiations for Boris Johnson, make some things clear.

"There are certain things which unless the EU backs down, they will not agree to a deal.

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Andrew Neil Brexit showMr Tobias Ellwood and Mr Neil also engaged in a heated row over whether a no-deal trade agreement was still a possibility. (Image: BBC)

"Yet you, who was so against a no deal Brexit 12 months ago, are not now prepared to say you are going to fight to stop no deal this time.

Mr Ellwood reluctantly admitted he and "many other" MPs would fight a no deal trade agreement.

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