Boris Johnson has said he has no plans to step down as prime minister in any development of Brexit-related developments. He said he would continue to lead the Conservative Party and government at this difficult time for the country. Earlier, the British Parliament legislated a requirement that Brexit should be postponed to January next year in the absence of an agreement with Brussels. Boris Johnson was asked at a meeting with the press how he intends to circumvent this requirement of the law. The British prime minister refused to answer it. Recently, a possible vote of no confidence in the government of the country has been discussed in the political circles of Great Britain. However, Labour Party officials said the issue could be raised, but only after the possibility of a "hard" Brexit scenario was completely ruled out. The EU is waiting for proposals from London, which can become an alternative to the insurance plan.