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The European Commission said it was problematic points "in the British proposal, and" other works were "necessary".
And the most important Brexit-focused group in the European Parliament , said the plans "in their current form, represent" a deal could ratify the members.
The EU's chief Brexit negotiation the leader, Michel Barnier , has said he is in a better position to assess possible future negotiations with the British, as soon as he has spoken to his British counterpart, David Frost .
The British government hopes to be the beginning of a Phase of intensive negotiations aimed at reaching a final Agreement at the EU summit on 17. October.
The Prime Minister said the UK has left the EU on 31 October, with or without a deal.Commons appearance
In The Commons , Mr Johnson appealed to the deputies to support his Brexit Plan - a change in the sound, seen from the stormy scene in Parliament last week, as a BBC political correspondent Nick Eardley pointed out:
The backstop is the controversial "insurance", which meant to keep a free-flowing border on The Island of Ireland, but critics - including the PM - afraid of time could trap the UK in the EU trade for an indefinite period. It proved to be a sticking point in the negotiations.
"I think this is our chance, and a chance to get an offer," said Mr. Johnson, the MPs said. But he said the Two Sides were "some of the way to a solution".
"do you want standards to dig out of the EU standards for the rights of workers, regulations, and consumer and engage in a "race to the bottom," he said.
The SNP's Westminster leader, Ian Blackford said the clock is "never the consent of Scotland" for its Brexit offer, says Mr Johnson, "not the reality of a functioning protection mechanism to understand".
"is The planned business dead before it left The Podium at the Tory conference. "What's The Plan ?
She Said his Plan "was convicted because he asks the worst of Both Worlds ,": "Will the Prime Minister now on the Northern Irish border and listen to the people and communities there, or he didn't care?"
Conservative MPs expressed their support for the Proposals .
Tory MP Steven Crabb praised Mr. Johnson on the "serious intention and effort that it takes," he said, "to prove many of his doubters wrong".
He said the "constructive tone" of Mr Johnson "is in stark contrast to the opposition, [which] put your face against your own voters".
the European Commission spokesman said on Thursday: "There is, as we have said, problematic points in the British proposal, and further work is necessary, but that the work needs to be done to the UK and not The Other way around.
"We want to remind you that it will leave the UK the EU and not the EU leaving the UK.
"And we do everything in our power to ensure that the exit is an ordered basis, and we are ready to work constructively with our counter-parts, but we are not The Ones left holding the bag, The Ball or any other kind of object. "
He said the views should be represented on the "entire population of Northern Ireland ", and none of party a "right of veto" over the idea of should.
His comments were met with anger from the Democratic Unionist Party , which she described as "quite outrageous".
the DUP leader, Arlene Foster called for The Other EU heads of government to "rule over the Irish government," and added that, if the British Proposals were rejected, and that led to a no-offer Brexit ", the Irish Prime Minister is responsible".
Guy Verhofstadt , Chairman of the European Parliament , the UK's EU-exit steering committee, said the BBC, Katya Adler , that the Parliament was "very sceptical" of Mr Johnson's Plan and said there was "no serious alternative" to the attack, but a "repackaging of old Proposals ".