Sajid Javid, the chancellor of the exchequer, wrote earlier this month to the General Administration of Taxation and Customs to convey similar messages. He directed that preparations for an agreement-free exit from Europe should be absolutely the highest priority, including ensuring that the system is in place, and assisting businesses and the general public to prepare for it.
While Johnson is preparing to leave Europe without an agreement, lawmakers are rumoured to have to use obstructive measures. They may move a no-confidence motion against Johnson, pull the government down, and use early elections to prevent a no-agreement exit from Europe.
John McDonnell, finance spokesman for the opposition Labour shadow cabinet, said that when the parliamentary recess ended on September 3, Labour would almost certainly move a no-confidence motion.
According to the law, if a majority of parliamentarians vote to pass the no-confidence bill, they must elect and reorganize the government, but the interval between the dissolution of Parliament and the election must be at least 25 working days. Some people worry that Johnson may take advantage of this empty window to leave Europe without agreement.
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