Boris Johnson’s new Brexit plan will face the scrutiny of two critical groups of skeptics on Thursday, one in the UK Parliament and another at the European Commission.
The British prime minister is optimistic he is finally got enough support from Tory hardliners to win the backing of lawmakers in Westminster. In Brussels, however, officials said Johnson’s proposals are still unacceptable and there’s little chance of a deal by Oct. 31 unless the UK makes significant additional concessions.
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