British PM Johnson says Brexit is ‘very tricky’, ‘very difficult’

LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday that Brexit talks were “very tricky” and that at some point London would have to decide if it was going for a no-trade deal exit.

“The situation at the moment is very tricky,” Johnson said. “You’ve got to be optimistic, you’ve got to believe there’s the power of sweet reason.”