They are clearly getting desperate at 'The Sun' because they have taken Trevor Kavanagh out of the freezer and defrosted him so he can pen his second deluded rant in five days.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9653476/b ... -deadline/
Boris Johnson will make EU chiefs bite dust by driving Brexit over the Halloween deadline
A NOVEMBER Brexit election is now nailed on. It will be staged immediately after Boris Johnson leads Britain out of the European Union forever on October 31.
And the ragbag rainbow alliance of Remainers can do nothing to stop it — even with the devious help of Commons Speaker John Bercow. An unlikely EU surrender is the only other option.
Trevor must have seen some polls that no body else has seen.
Any rebel move to bring down the Government with a no-confidence vote will backfire. Boris would dissolve Parliament, set a date for the election and drive Brexit over the Halloween deadline.
He will offer a choice between politicians who reject the British public’s clearly expressed instructions — and those determined to honour them.
Polls suggest Boris Johnson would win a decent majority, bury Remain and scare the wits out of the European Union.
The valiant but no longer viable Brexit Party will be out of business.
Tory MPs who defy the 2016 referendum and join a no-confidence vote against their own government will be ruthlessly “purged”.
“We will crush them” a Downing Street war room insider insisted last night.
BREXIT SUPPORT HARDENING
Leaden-footed EU mandarins have no idea how to deal with this alarming turn of events. They are used to twisting Theresa May around their little finger.
Now they are faced with Bulldog Boris and Samurai warrior Dominic Cummings — Downing Street’s “Alastair Campbell with brains”.
Twenty-seven member states, tamely corralled by Berlin and Brussels, seem to prefer mass hara-kiri to a mutually agreeable deal with the UK.
The price they will pay, as we keep most of the £39billion pay-off and our £15billion a year membership fee, is the slow death of ever-closer union and dreams of a country called Europe.
The Tories may have lost last week’s Brecon by-election, but the result shows support for Brexit is hardening.
The combined Tory/Brexit vote (even without counting Ukip) won more than the stitched-together Remain alliance and Labour put together.
A new ORB poll yesterday reveals a big Boris bounce which can only get bigger.
It showed almost half (46 per cent) want Britain to leave without a deal unless Brussels (caves in) sees sense.
THE CLOCK IS TICKING
It is now clear the EU has misread Britain’s new PM. This is not the dithering BoJo who, in 2016, balked at the final hurdle.
Theresa May’s three miserable years have taught us how NOT to negotiate with the EU.
In fact, we have stopped negotiating altogether.
Boris will not meet any EU leader unless they scrap the tyrannical Northern Ireland backstop. Full stop.
Brussels shows no sign of doing so, which is very stupid indeed.
So Boris Johnson will carry on blaming their intransigence and announcing vote-winning boosts for the economy, tax, the NHS, crime and punishment and social welfare.
The clock, as Brussels negotiator Michel Barnier likes to say, is ticking. But now it ticks for them.
Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn, whose party is disintegrating beneath his feet, might risk a motion of no confidence — backed by deluded Tory MPs such as Philip Hammond. It would be his last act as leader.
Nothing can now stop Brexit except a new law cancelling the October 31 deadline — a deadline backed by ALL parties and BOTH Houses of Parliament.
Once the Farage insurgency is neutralised, it is hard to see anything but a surge of support for a Boris-led government determined to put Brexit to bed at last.
Corbyn’s Marxist rabble would be cast into the dustbin, leaving a rump of pro-EU parties to mop up after.
“The battle lines will be between a Parliament that thinks it knows best and the people they dismiss as stupid racists,” says a Boris ally.
“It will pitch MPs who think THEY can choose which votes to honour and a government which insists the people have spoken.
“Which side will those voters support?”