The lower house of Britain passed a bill introduced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to secede from the European Union on 20 December 2019. British MPs have supported Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan to expel Britain from the European Union by 31 January 2020.
MPs voted in favor of a bill to exit the European Union. There were 358 votes in favor of this bill and 234 in opposition. This bill will now be discussed further in Parliament.
MPs voted in favor of a bill to exit the European Union. There were 358 votes in favor of this bill and 234 in opposition. This bill will now discuss further in Parliament. MPs also voted in favor of fixing three days for further discussion on this bill. The government says that they will convert this bill into law before January 31, the deadline for Breguet.
Britain Prime Minister Johnson
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that our country has come one step closer to Breguet. He said that on 31 January 2020, the stage is set for Britain to secede from the European Union. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that we have moved towards fulfilling the promise we had made to the people.
What Did The Labor Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn Say?
Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn recently asked his MPs to vote against the bill. He said that ‘a better and better way’ to get out of the European Union is available. Nevertheless, six Labor MPs voted in favor of the government.
What is the transition period?
The bill also prohibits the extension of the transition period beyond the year 2020. The transition period will be the period during. Britain may have been out of the European Union but will continue to follow some of its rules. According to Prime Minister Johnson, a trade agreement with the European Union can reach after the end of the transition period.
This law will implement the agreement that signs between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the European Union in October. It includes in the Maharani’s speech on 19 December 2019 and stated in the government’s priorities for the next year. The bill which was backed by the House of Commons in October 2019, was withdrawn by the government. This time some changes have made in that bill. In the 2016 referendum, 52 percent of British citizens voted in favor of leaving the European Union. While 48 percent were against it.