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well good morning everybody as you surprises here prime minister Boris Johnsons new cabinet is packed with brick city is with one momentous task on the agenda as they met for the first time in London Thursday we are not committed will loss to leaving the European Union , on October thirty first or earlier , there is there's lots Johnson's dramatic rise to number ten Downing Street comes at a pivotal time and could Herald a showdown , and lawmakers are committed to stopping a no deal brexit they fear would cause chaos and tip the world's fifth largest economy into recession , brick city is a bridge to move flourish if it's cut loose by twenty fifty it is more than possible that the United Kingdom will be the greatest and most prosperous economy in Europe at the center , of a new network of trade deals which we of pine is , Johnson's promising a new deal with Brussels but the E. U. says it won't offer better terms than it has before , test is took to the streets in anger Johnson was chosen by party members not the electorate a divisive figure whose designs on the top job one nine three years an elected by a hundred thousand people seventy percent of them a white males over the age of sixty five that represents us I just think he's not interested in finding a solution is for the benefit of the country , many suspect a general election may not be far off especially since Johnson started his tenure in combative style sweeping away most members of predecessor to resa mace cabinet who didn't quit as he took the reins one tabloid dubbed one of the biggest government calls in recent history the night of the blonde's knifes Johnson is already rolling with no majority he may now have further antagonize the remain as within his own deeply divided Conservative Party just when he needs the most