Boris Johnson indicated in Parliament that he will use a loop hole to avoid any extension of Article 50.
The Prime Minster said the law does not compel him to delay the UK remaining in the EU beyond 31st October.
This likely means Boris Johnson will use Article 51 of the Vienna Convention or the fact that Article 50 outweighs UK law, so regardless of the Benn Act, the UK leaves as stated in Article 50 on the 31 October.
Boris Johnson can still deliver a No Deal Brexit on the 31 October 2019.
There are at least 3 plausible options the Prime Minister has to remove the UK from the European Union on Brexit day without a deal in place.
The first option is to challenge the legality of the Hillary Benn Act which could probably be proved unconstitutional, since the question of Queens Consent wasn't raised at the third reading of the bill through the House of Commons.
The second option is argued by MP Bill Cash, in which he argues that since the Withdrawal Act has a commencement order, we are on target to leave on 31 October.
The third option raised by anti-Brexit barrister Jolyon Maugham is that Boris Johnson could secure a deal with the EU, get is passed by Parliament then simply fail to ratify it with the EU therefore leaving with No Deal, but having complied with the Hillary Benn Act.
The bill which has passed through both the House of Commons and the House of Lords is unconstitutional since it effects Royal Prerogative.
Any bill or law which effects Royal Prerogative and Queens Consent, any bill such as this must be approved by the Government itself, and since this bill isn't in the interest of Boris Johnson or his government, he can strike it down.
This issue hasn't been raised by Boris Johnson yet as he is likely buying time and waiting to the last minute to raise the constitutional issues.
I believe Boris will ask the Queen to either not give Royal Assent to the bill, or raise the issue with the Supreme Court
Brexit, no deal 'collapse'.. debating Tom Harwood vs Gina Miller (18July19)
Brexit and democracy hater Gina Miller versus Guido Fawkes reporter Tom Harwood on Brexit and alleged data claiming the UK would crash into a recession if there was a no-deal Brexit. More project fear.
Apologies for first few seconds of debate missing, I was recording another channel and had to cut it to record this one.
Ursula von der Leyen has been announced as the next President of the European Commission has confirmed the withdrawal agreement is non-negotiable, she would allow for an extension of the Brexit deadline.
Boris Johnson must now commit to pushing a No Deal Brexit through, he needs to make sure the Tory rebels now toe the party line, or the Conservative party risk being destroyed.
In my opinion I dont see Boris Johnson as brave enough to deliver on the 31 October, in which case its likely a general election or second Brexit referendum will have to be called.