Brexit: The motion of the opponents to the “no deal” adopted in the House of commons

LONDON (Reuters) – The motion filed Tuesday in the british Parliament by the opponents of an exit without the agreement of the european Union has been adopted, in spite of the threats of early elections brandished by the government.

It allows them to control the Wednesday, the parliamentary agenda and to try to adopt a proposal for a law to compel the Prime minister Boris Johnson is to ask for a postponement of the exit from the EU until January 31, 2020, unless an agreement is approved by then by the Parliament, or that it accepts the principle of an exit without an agreement.

(Writing from London, Jean-Philippe Lefief for the French service)

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