British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will unveil his final offer to Brexit on Wednesday, calling it a "fair and logical" settlement.
Johnson will make it clear that if Brussels does not respond to the proposal, Britain will not negotiate again and leave the EU on October 31.
In his closing remarks at the annual Conservative Party conference, Johnson will stick to his tough stance and provide the party with the first details of what he calls a "just and logical compromise."
With less than a month to go until the Brexit, the future of Britain's biggest trade and foreign policy shift in more than 40 years is uncertain.
Johnson, who says Britain will leave the bloc on October 31, no matter what the conference happens, will be told he will send his proposal to Brussels on Wednesday, in a bid to secure a deal that would facilitate his country's exit and avoid possible economic damage in the event of an agreement.
"My friends are afraid that after three and a half years people will feel that they are being manipulated like fools. They are beginning to suspect that there are forces in this country that do not want to get out of the EU," Johnson said in his speech. Absolutely ... Let's carry out the exit process on October 31 and then our country can move forward in 2020. "
More than three years ago, Britain voted to leave the European Union in a referendum in 2016, but exit talks were in trouble, prompting then Prime Minister Theresa May to resign.