The British House of Commons approved Tuesday evening the retirement law of Prime Minister Boris Johnson. It is the first time since Brexit that parliamentarians have managed to find a majority for a certain plan. This can therefore be called a symbolic victory. The House of Commons, however, voted against John's son's time schedule because they want more time to deal with the law.
The prime minister hoped that the United Kingdom could leave the EU in an orderly fashion on 31 October. For this, his deal had to be finalized this week. Now that the parliamentarians want more time for this, there is nothing more to it than a Brexit delay. The EU is expected to grant this.
Johnson is now expected to submit a motion for new elections. He has already indicated that he no longer wants to negotiate the Brexit with this parliament.