Ministers expect Boris Johnson to lose Queen's Speech vote

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The Taoiseach said the exact amount that the government will provide for Brexit contingency measures was not yet settled.

Lawyer Andrew Webster, representing the British government, said the court documents are a "clear statement" of what the prime minister would do.

He has not explained the apparent contradiction in his comments and opponents say they believe he will seek some kind of legal escape route or try to pressure the European Union into refusing to agree to an extension request.

Nor does the European Union agree with a proposal that Northern Ireland's assembly be given a right to effectively veto the post-Brexit customs arrangement.

LABOUR MP Hillary Benn was the man behind a law urging an extension to the Article 50 process if Boris does not get a deal - hence the "Benn Act" - once again folks its Labour trying to keep Britain tied to the EU. The Queen is not going to fire the prime minister.

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"The govt is not prevented by Act from doing other things that cause no delay including other communications, private and public.

If we don't get anything next week, we are gone".

The proposals focus on maintaining an open border between the UK's Northern Ireland and European Union member Ireland - the key sticking point to a Brexit deal.

The government papers submitted to the Court of Session in Edinburgh said the Prime Minister accepted the terms of the Benn Act, which requires an extension in the event of no deal.

"We are concerned that he (Johnson) can not be trusted to do what he has said to the court", said Maugham.

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Guy Verhofstadt, the European Parliament's chief Brexit co-ordinator, said the new proposals were a "repackaging of bad ideas that have already been floated" and "nearly impossible" to implement. Yesterday, we put forward a fair and reasonable compromise, that we hope should provide the basis for rapid negotiations towards a solution. Tusk spoke out after a 20-minute call with Irish Premier Leo Varadkar.

He had previously said he would rather "die in a ditch" than request a second extension to the Brexit deadline.

The European Commission said there are no grounds to accept a request from the United Kingdom for intensive weekend negotiations two weeks before an EU summit, despite the extremely tight deadline, Trend reports citing Sputnik.

This would create a regulatory barrier for goods crossing the Irish Sea and create a customs border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland - but Mr Johnson has insisted there would be no need for checks or infrastructure at the frontier. "It's a no deal budget so it has to be more conservative than previous budgets and what that means is no across the board income tax cuts and no across the board welfare increases", he said.

Meanwhile, Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage told the BBC that Johnson was "deluding" himself if he thought he could do a deal, saying the odds were "hovering close to zero".

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