Johnson braces for crunch votes results, Brexit remains uncertain
On Tuesday, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was highly anticipating the results of cotes that will make or break his promise to lead Britain's economic exodus from the European Union with nine days left.
As Oct. 31 (the set deadline by Johnson for Britain’s departure) draws nearer, Brexit remains uncertain as parliament project diverse views on the issue, even questioning if the move is necessary after all.
Under duress, Johnson is doing everything in his power to ram legislation through the House of Commons that will enact his Brexit deal. This is after he was forced by his detractors of asking the EU for a Brexit delay.
“I hope parliament today votes to take back control for itself. The public doesn’t want any more delays, neither do other European leaders and neither do I. Let’s get Brexit done on 31 October and move on,” Johnson said.
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