British Parliament forbids Johnson to vote on deal on Brexit

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — The Speaker of the House of Commons of the British Parliament, John Birkow, did not allow Prime Minister Boris Johnson to once again vote on the deal with the European Union on Brexit.

On Monday, the EU launched the ratification process of a new Brexit treaty.

Earlier sources said the EU could grant Britain a three-month delay on Brexit.

Britain’s exit from the EU was scheduled for October 31, 2019, but on Thursday, Brussels and London reached a new agreement on the conditions of Brexit, which now must be approved in the British Parliament.


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