Brexit: Boris Johnson threatens to withdraw from Parliament the law on the exit agreement

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British MPs are expected to vote Tuesday night on the adoption schedule proposed by the government.

Boris Johnson threatened Tuesday to withdraw the law implementing the Brexit agreement from Parliament and to call for early legislative elections if the deputies refuse an accelerated timetable for the adoption of the text, which would make it difficult to ratify by October 31st.

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"If the Parliament refuses to let the Brexit be done and decides to postpone everything to January or even later (…), the text will have to be withdrawn and we will have to go towards early elections", declared the British Prime Minister before the parliament. MEPs are expected to vote Tuesday night on the adoption schedule proposed by the government, which provides for adoption of the 110-page text by Thursday night.

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