London (AP) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is heading for a wafer-thin and possibly groundbreaking parliamentary decision on Brexit. Members of the House of Commons will not only give an opinion on the legislative package after the second reading of the Brexit deal in the evening, but also vote on Johnson's proposed timetable. Johnson said that if he loses the latter vote, it will lead to a withdrawal of the entire Brexit package to ratify the deal. Then the government will seek a new election in December.
Government: Johnson heading for wafer-thin Brexit vote
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