British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan for the country to leave the European Union faces two key votes in the House of Commons Tuesday.
Lawmakers will gather later in the evening to approve Johnson’s 115-page Withdrawal Agreement Bill, which would approve the British leader’s Brexit deal with the EU, in principle. If the bill is approved, the MPs would then vote on a separate bill that sets a rapid three-day timetable to formally approve the legislation.
“The public doesn’t want anymore delays, neither do European leaders and neither do I,” Johnson said Monday. “Let’s get Brexit done on October read more >>>