It appears so, as unions and business leaders have already urged Johnson to avoid a no-deal brexit at all costs. The CBI (Confederation of British Industry) has already claimed that he must secure a Brexit deal witin the first 100 days of his tenure, despite Johnson claiming that we will leave the EU without a deal if an agreement cannot be reached before the 31st October deadline.

Regarding a good Brexit deal, Carolyn Fairbairn, CBI Director General said "it will unlock new investment and confidence in factories and boardrooms across the country." The CBI also went on to explain that the country would face a 'National emergency' if Britain was to leave the EU.

Adam Marshall, Director General of The British Chambers of Commerce also spoke his mind on the topic of what the majority of UK businesses have been thinking for a long time: "Companies need to know, in concrete terms, what your government will do to avoid a merry, disorderley Brexit, which would bring pain to communities across the UK and disruption to our trade around the world."

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