MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT TO VOTE ON UK’S EXIT FROM EU
Written by thereachfm on December 20, 2019
Members of Parliament will vote later on whether to back the
prime minister plan for the United Kingdom to leave the
European Union on 31 January.
Prime minister of United Kingdom Boris Johnson said it would
end delay and rancor and provide certainty.
Members of Parliament will have their first chance to debate it
in the House of Commons on Friday at its second reading – a
vote on its general principles.
The EU (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill would also ban the
government from extending the transition period – where the UK
is out of the EU but follows many of its rules – past 2020.