Prime Minister Boris Johnson intends to push for new poll if legislators back a bill that could make no-deal Brexit on October 31 unlawful. According to reports, Boris is in the midst of a major parliamentary showdown over his bid to take the United Kingdom out of the EU by an October 31 deadline with or without a deal.Rebel and opposition MPs have voted in favor of seizing control of the parliamentary agenda in order to introduce a new bill forcing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to request a delay for Brexit till January 31, 2020, unless Legislators approve a withdrawal agreement, or vote in favor of a no-deal exit by October 19. The rapidly unfolding Brexit drama comes in the run-up to a controversial weeks-long suspensionof parliament from mid-September until mid-October.A Government spokesman has stated that if at all any elections happen; they must happen before the October European Union summit which starts on October 17. British leader Boris Johnson also called for an October 15 snap poll if legislation seeking to block a no-deal Brexit was passed by the rebel alliance of MPs of his own party and MPs from the opposition parties who are keen to avert such a scenario. According to the laws in the UK, at least two-thirds of parliamentarians have to sign off on holding a general election for it to take place. Boris’s main opposition party- Labour Party are not willing to back a vote which is expected to be brought forward on Wednesday to hold an election and members were seeking to pass legislation to prevent a no-deal Brexit before backing a new poll, according to statements from the party’s financial policy chief.Labour Party’s shadow finance minister, John McDonnell, told reporters on Wednesday that the party was not going to be tricked into or conned by Johnson, so they are looking at all the possibilities or ways through which, having secured the legislation, PM Johnson can’t wriggle out of abiding by the law and implementing it.”At the moment there’s nothing that Johnson has done in recent weeks that gives us confidence that he’s going to abide by the law,” John quoted.