DFDS hopes for deal despite Boris Johnson's promise of Brexit

With Boris Johnson as the new UK Prime Minister, the risk of a no-deal Brexit just increased significantly, warn several organizations. DFDS continues its preparations while hoping for a deal, informs chief executive.

Yesterday, Boris Johnson was chosen as the new leader of the Conservative Party. This appointment automatically made him Prime Minister. | Photo: Toby Melville/REUTERS / X90004

With Boris Johnson as the new UK Prime Minister, the possibility of the UK leaving the EU on Oct. 31 without first securing a deal with the EU just increased significantly.

The new PM has on several occasions emphasized that he personally guarantees that Brexit will happen at the next deadline. And that includes a scenario in which the UK does not secure a deal with the EU that the British Parliament can support.

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