British Parliament will cast a ballot on Brexit’s arrangement with Theresa May with the European Union in January, after the delay of the vote planned during the current week, the administration said on Thursday.
A few MEPs requested that this understanding be casted a ballot on one week from now, before the parliamentary break for the Christmas season, yet the fact isn’t on the plan distributed on Twitter by the Minister responsible for Relations with Parliament , Andrea Leadsom.
The vote will be held after the parliamentary resumption, planned for January 7, and before the due date of January 21 recently set by the official.
May likewise affirmed Thursday that she will venture down as leader of the administration in front of the following races booked for 2022.
She said she doesn’t expect a “prompt achievement” on the Brexit at the EU summit beginning Thursday, she said when she landed Brussels.
The British leader, who comes to argue for extra affirmations to the concurrence on the Brexit with her 27 counterparts, in the wake of enduring a no-certainty vote on Wednesday night, likewise affirmed that she would venture down as head of government before the following elections planned for 2022.