Boris Johnson is in a “stark” mood as he pushes his case for Britain to stay in the European Union, according to a new book.
In a new edition of his book The New Establishment, published on Friday, Mr Johnson argues that the EU is a “dead end” and that the UK needs to renegotiate it.
The Brexit negotiations should be “not just about how to get out of it, but how to do better than that”, Mr Johnson says in the book.
Mr Johnson also says he believes Britain is a better country than the EU, adding: “I’ve got a very clear view that Britain is the better country.”
He says that the country can remain in the EU for “a very long time”.”
And I believe in a Brexit that leaves the UK with a strong, positive and outward-looking society.”
He says that the country can remain in the EU for “a very long time”.
Mr Johnson said the book, published by publisher Penguin Random House, is a follow-up to his recent book Brexit in the 21st Century.
“I was really struck by how much we have changed,” he said.
Mr Johnson, who was a Conservative candidate in last year’s European elections, has also written a book about Brexit called In Our Time.”
We are still not the country we used to be.”
Mr Johnson, who was a Conservative candidate in last year’s European elections, has also written a book about Brexit called In Our Time.
The former mayor of London says he does not believe the UK can leave the EU “on the back of a big cake”.
“The EU has a very high tolerance for ambiguity, and it’s the reason it’s been able to keep a grip on the continent for so long,” he told The Daily Telegraph.
“And it’s also the reason why it’s managed to maintain its influence and its influence, and the influence of its citizens.”
So I don’t think it will be an easy process.
I don�t think it is an easy decision for anyone.
“Mr Trump is due to arrive in Brussels on Wednesday and is expected to announce a decision on whether Britain should remain a member of the European single market, a trade bloc that Mr Johnson and other politicians want to scrap.
Theresa May has said she will stay in and renegotiate Britain�s exit from the EU but she has ruled out leaving the single market entirely.