With a small majority, the House of London rejected the opposition initiative on Wednesday to discuss and vote on a legislative proposal banning Brexit without agreement.
The initiative was put forward by the largest opposition force, the Labor Party, but on Wednesday evening the House of Representatives rejected 309-298.
If the proposal were adopted, the non-agreement Brexite Members could have taken the parliamentary agenda next week from the conservative party government and put the Labor Draft, which would have banned the government from disregarding Brexit’s conditionality in an orderly manner. to move Britain from the European Union without agreement.
Many of the outgoing candidate candidates for Prime Minister Theresa May expressed their view that Britain would definitely have to leave the EU by October, with or without a convention.