Former foreign minister Johnson, front-runner in the race to succeed Theresa May, officially launched his campaign earlier on Wednesday with a commitment to lead Britain out of the European Union on October 31.
He insisted the government must deliver the decision of the British people who voted to leave the European Union, and Britain must leave on October 31, the deadline set by Brussels.
His launch took place as a cross-party alliance of MPs prepared a fresh attempt to use Commons procedure to block a no-deal Brexit.
Snell said Labour "will have been responsible for a no-deal Brexit by default because of our inability to make a decision" - before abstaining on a motion to stop no-deal Brexit.
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Mr Johnson said: "I think what most people in this country want us to really focus on in this campaign, if I may say so, is what we can do for them and what our plans are for this great country of ours".
He added: "MPs can not be bystanders while the next Tory prime minister tries to crash the United Kingdom out of the European Union without a deal and without the consent of the British people".
Mr Johnson, seen as the clear front runner in the contest, said it was essential that Britain was out of the European Union by the end of October.
In a room full of Conservatives loyal to his campaign who groaned when journalists brought up lists of past indiscretions, including a report he had taken cocaine, Mr Johnson repeatedly sidestepped questions, using his trademark colourful metaphors and language to change the subject.
He warned that failure to deliver on the referendum result would create an "existential threat" for both Labour and the Conservatives.
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Referring to his record as mayor of London, he said: "I do what I promise to do as a politician".
"Instead, we have witnessed candidates openly advocating a damaging no-deal Brexit and even proposing dragging the Queen into politics by asking her to shut down Parliament to achieve this".
Government sources said the motion would set an "uncomfortable and troubling precedent" and were clear that Tory MPs would be whipped to vote against it.
"It is only if we have the guts and the courage to get ready for it that we will carry any conviction in Brussels and get the deal we need".
Labour said if the motion passes: "MPs will have the chance to introduce measures, including legislation, that could help avoid a no-deal Brexit at the end of October".
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But, if they can not break the political deadlock in parliament, a general election may be inevitable.