PM Johnson on a “million to one chance of a No Deal Brexit”; now says there is a “reasonable chance” of a deal.
And on getting a deal, he said he thinks it’s “more likely” after his meetings with Merkel and Macron.
When asked what about No Deal. Can you promises no food shortages?
“Frankly I think it’s highly unlikely that there will be food shortages of any kind” (not what govt internal Yellowhammer said), Johnson noted.
Shifting the blame to the EU if there is a No Deal entirely onto the EU, the UK PM said: “People who are going to be responsible for a No Deal are not in the UK”.
The comments may trigger big gaps in the Pound and GBP crosses, as it may intensify the UK-EU tussle over the Brexit issue.
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