- Members of the UK Parliament vote to delay holding a vote on Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal;
- The Prime Minister had brought forward a vote on the deal he agreed with EU leaders this week;
- However, former Conservative MPs joined with opposition parties to block the vote until after Johnson has brought forward the legislation required to implement his deal;
- The move was designed to prevent Johnson from taking Britain out of the EU at the end of October without a deal agreed by Parliament…
However, Johnson insisted “I will not negotiate a delay with the EU” and would tell EU leaders he does not want to extend Brexit, even if he has to write a letter to them.
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