There will be no vote Monday in the British Parliament on the Brexit agreement. The Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, refused to submit it to the vote of the deputies, saying it would be "repetitive" to make a second vote on the subject. Already discussed on Saturday, the motion was amended, forcing the conservative government of Boris Johnson to request a postponement of Brexit, scheduled for October 31, to the European Union.
United Kingdom: Parliament Speaker refuses vote on Brexit agreement
John Bercow, Speaker of the House of Commons, refused to submit to Parliament's vote on Monday the Brexit agreement between London and the European Union.
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