Newly appointed British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab to be seen off Downing Street in London on 25 July 2019 Foreign Minister Dominic Raab said on Monday he was ready to leave the European Union with or without an agreement on 31
Raab, a self-confessed Brexiter, said the "undemocratic" Irish backslider must exit the readmission agreement.
"We want a lot with EU partners and friends, but that must include the abolition of the undemocratic setback," Raab told the BBC. "What the PM has instructed and the Cabinet has accepted is a charge of these preparations."
Ministers said on Sunday that the government assumes that the EU will not renegotiate the Brexit agreement it agreed with former Prime Minister Theresa May, but that it will be rejected by its successor, Boris Johnson, and Preparing to quit the block on October 31 without consent.
Conservative legislator Oliver Letwin, who refuses to leave the EU without a transitional agreement, told the BBC radio that the legislature would try to stop Brexit without an agreement, but it was not clear whether the parliament would prevent such a scenario.
"I accept that we may not be able to stop a Brexit without a deal," he said.
"Nobody can say whether we will be able to get a majority in parliament to do anything other than have a no-deal exit at the last minute, if it turns out that this government has no Deal has, "said Letwin.
Reporting by Guy Faulconbridge; Edited by William Schomberg