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Boris Johnson meets to vote on the EU deal after he has been violated by Parliament

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The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, told the UK parliament "now is the time to do this" and is calling on lawmakers to return their new Brexit plan. (19 October)
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LONDON – Prime Minister Boris Johnson expects British lawmakers to vote on a Brexit withdrawal on Monday and agreed with the European Union after a weekend vote by the opposition and rebel parliamentarians.

In an unexpected time to ignore the months of Brexit, the Saturday parliamentarians forced Johnson to ask the EU to extend its October Brexit deadline.

They need more time to scrutinize the legislation and to ensure that there is sufficient time to implement it, so Brexit can be completely eliminated.

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Johnson was forced to send a letter to the EU requesting an extension, which has not yet been granted by the EU, but he did not sign it and made it clear that he was against any deferral to the 28-Nations Union. leave Halloween.

Now Johnson wants to vote on Monday. However, that is the Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow, which has not yet been approved.

The Johnson government could make a controversial attempt to enforce legislation for the agreement it agreed with the EU by avoiding Parliament.

In practice, Parliament 's vote on Johnson' s money was the last major obstacle to getting British leave from the EU three years after a national referendum that Britain had divided. Theresa May resigned as prime minister after failing to allow lawmakers to approve her divorce agreement. And his predecessor, David Cameron, resigned because he failed to predict Brexit's huge political outlook.

Johnson's discussion is like May, although it has replaced the "backstop" – measures to prevent former Bhrexit returning to a "hard" border between a member of the EU and Northern Ireland, which is part of the UK – with "other arrangements" allowing some customs checks to take place on the mainland of the United Kingdom.

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One of the things that support the Good Friday Agreement, a peace deal between the British and Irish governments, and the majority of political parties in Northern Ireland, is a combination of trade between Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Under Brexit with nothing known, many of the laws and regulations governing British four-year relations with the EU, from trade to security, would effectively evade overnight. Economists believe that it would seriously damage the British economy and hamper its borders. The British government calls for adequate emergency preparations to cover supply chains just in time for which Britain depends on access to some fresh foods and essential medicines.

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