Boris Johnson will bow to the law and send a letter requesting a delay to Brexit if he fails to pass a deal
The British prime minister is ready to send a letter postponing the date for Brexit, if no agreement is reached between the UK and the EU, said the office of Boris Johnson.
A similar scenario was reported by Sky News reporters.
Recent negotiations with EU officials have again failed to deliver the desired result from Boris Johnson.
Under UK law, the island nation cannot leave the EU without an agreement, in which case the British prime minister is required to ask the EU to extend the Brexit date.
The draft proposal is due to be voted on by the UK MPs on 19 October and by then the EU-UK treaties must be crystal clear.
For its part, the European Union called on the British government to make every effort to present its proposals before the summit.