London (AP) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson now has to whip up the Brexit ratification bill through Parliament in no time at all. The lower house advises today in second reading about the law. What is needed is a procedure with three readings in both Houses of Parliament in London. Only then does the European Parliament vote on the treaty. Johnson wants to lead the UK out of the EU by the end of October. On Monday evening, he called on the parliamentarians to support him in his plan.