According to this recent news article titled "Boris Johnson to tell EU: UK Parliament cannot stop no-deal Brexit"
Boris Johnson is to tell EU leaders this week that Brexit will happen on 31 October with or without a deal and there can be no “third way” where MPs can stop the process.
The article further says that
No10 said the PM’s goal this week was not renegotiation but to correct the “misapprehension” in European governments that the UK Parliament was able to thwart no deal.
Then there was this news article, titled "Rebel MPs cannot block a no-deal Brexit, Hancock warns" that says
Mr Hancock said pro-EU MPs had a chance to block a no-deal break on October 31 in a series of Commons votes last month before the House broke for the summer recess.
However, he said, they failed to muster the numbers as pro-EU Conservative rebels were cancelled out by pro-Brexit Labour rebels who voted with the Government.
His warning echoes the reported advice by the Prime Minister’s top aide, Dominic Cummings, that the rebels had left it too late to prevent no-deal.
He was said to have told ministers that, even if the Government lost a vote of confidence when Parliament returns in September, Mr Johnson could delay an election until after October 31 by which time, under current legislation, Britain would be out of the EU.
I realize that the reasoning behind the first article is to put some pressure on EU, in effect by sending the "look, we don't have to accept what you are offering" message. Which would be in line with the opinions expressed by Boris Johnson so far.
But let's say that the UK government secretly wanted to accept the deal that has already been agreed by Theresa May but which she was unable to push through the parliament.
Could the current UK government use the factors that they are referring to to also bypass the parliament and accept the deal already offered by EU?