"We will deliver Brexit by October 31 so that we can get on with levelling up opportunities across our country and breathe new life into high streets and town centres".
With the UK's departure from the European Union delayed, Mr Johnson simply needs to run on the following twined messages: "Parliament got together and created a coup to boot me from office in order to stop me from delivering Brexit" and "Don't vote for anyone else, since everyone else will enable Corbyn since they have already done so".
MPs are not due to return until September 3.
"We face a national emergency, and parliament must be recalled now in August and sit permanently until 31 October, so that the voices of the people can be heard, and that there can be proper scrutiny of your government". His working majority in the House of Commons is in effect one.
Parliament is set to break up again shortly after it returns, with the main parties holding their annual conferences during the September break.
Mr Corbyn wrote on Wednesday: "Following a successful vote of no confidence in the Government, I would then, as Leader of the Opposition, seek the confidence of the house for a strictly time-limited temporary Government with the aim of calling a General Election, and ensuring the necessary extension of article 50 to do so".
The two veteran MPs are an alternative to Jeremy Corbyn becoming caretaker prime minister, Swinson has suggested.
"This government clearly doesn't want to do that".
The Labour Party needs a vote of general disapproval in the administration not long after parliament comes back from its late spring break on September 3. The remaining 17% said they were unsure either way.
The poll of 1,515 adults, carried out by BMG Research, also revealed that almost half of voters (49%) want the Prime Minister to either delay or cancel Brexit or stage a fresh referendum.
The document said logjams could affect fuel distribution, while up to 85 percent of trucks using the main ports to continental Europe might not be ready for French customs.
Considering that such news comes when Britain is negotiating under Boris Johnson's "deal or no deal" and "do or die" mantras, concerns are only likely to spike on both sides of the English Channel that a no-deal Brexit is now all but inevitable.
The availability of fresh food would be diminished and prices would go up, said the newspaper.