Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Michael Gove stated on Sunday that the United Kingdom will leave the European Union by the 31 October deadline, noting that Parliament can't change the government's stance on the matter.
He also stressed that the risk of a no-deal scenario has grown as the bloc can't guarantee another delay for London.
The statements come after Johnson denied reports that he asked European Council President Donald Tusk to set a new Brexit deadline for 31 January 2020, stressing that Parliament had forced the cabinet to send the letter to Brussels.
MPs also adopted a bill on Thursday, withholding approval on the deal with the EU, negotiated by the PM earlier in the week, and urging Johnson to extend the Brexit withdrawal date. Brussels asked British officials to comment on the country's next step, while Tusk said that consultations within the bloc may take up to several days.