By News desk
United Kingdom Finance Minister, Sajid Javid, has disclosed the country will leave European Union(EU) on October 31 with a deal.
Javid said if the country could strike a deal, definitely they would not have an option than to leave with no deal.
The minister, who disclosed the planned exit Monday, refused to set out how the government could deliver Brexit if there was no deal given a law, which demands the prime minister delay Brexit in such circumstances.
“Hopefully we leave with a deal. If we cannot strike a deal, I think it is important to leave in any case and leave with no deal. It is not perfect but it is appropriate that we leave on the 31st,” Javid said.
The minister added that legislation that parliament passed has made things difficult, noting the kingdom policy remained unchanged.
“The legislation that parliament has passed of course has made things more difficult, but we are clear our policy is completely unchanged, we will be leaving on 31st,” the finance minister said.