UK lawmakers vote for Letwin proposals, forcing Johnson toward Brexit delay
English legislators on Saturday decided in favour of a proposition to retaining support for Executive Boris Johnson's Brexit bargain until formal confirmation enactment has passed, a stage that will oblige him to approach the European Association for a Brexit delay.
Officials cast a ballot 322-306 for the change, set forward by previous Moderate legislator Oliver Letwin. It implies that parliament won't decide on Saturday on whether to support Johnson's understanding.
Except if Johnson has affirmed an arrangement before the finish of Saturday, he is obliged by law to approach the EU for a Brexit delay until the finish of January 2020. In the event that Johnson can get all the enactment through parliament, he could at present convey Brexit by Oct. 31.