The British Parliament has decided to stop Boris Johnson in his bid to take the UK out of the EU on time at any cost. He has repeatedly stated that he will do so, even if there is no deal with Brussels. The law, which was passed by MPs and approved by the queen, provides for the postponement of the Brexit date in the absence of an agreement with the EU. However, Bloomberg writes that Boris Johnson may not ask Brussels to postpone the date of Brexit. And if the heads of the EU countries make such a proposal, he may refuse to accept it. On Monday, Boris Johnson meets with the head of the EC Jean-Claude Juncker to discuss issues related to Brexit. They're going to have a working lunch. Boris Johnson said there was reason for cautious optimism about a timely deal with the European Union. According to him, there are some signs of progress in the negotiations.