At a meeting on Tuesday night, the British Parliament refused to consider the Brexit deal, as demanded by Boris Johnson. Thus, he was once again defeated. Earlier, the British prime minister threatened parliament with the withdrawal of the agreement and holding a general election. He stated that he would not allow an infinitely long process to review the document. The government will not tolerate opposition to the Brexit process by Parliament. The head of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker said that Brexit takes a lot of effort and time from the European authorities. They are waiting for the terms of the deal to be accepted by the British Parliament. The agreement will then be ratified in Brussels. The position of the British prime minister remained the same. He opposes delaying Brexit and reported it in a letter sent to Brussels. The UK government is now stepping up preparations for a "tough" scenario for the country's exit from the European Union.