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British Parliament intends to block hard Brexit

Parliament will be able to consider the relevant bill in September
16:05, 4 August 2019
 
The Labor Party Secretary for Health and Social Care, Jon Ashworth, said the British Parliament intends to block Britain's exit from the European Union (Brexit) in September without any agreement. It is reported by Reuters.

According to Ashworth, to complete the Brexit process without any agreement, the government needs to submit a bill to parliament.

"The government will have to bring forward appropriate legislation to prepare for this Brexit no-deal exit that they want. And we will use all the means available to us in parliament... and we will work to stop no deal," he said.
 
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Reportedly, parliament will be able to consider a possible bill in September and will use every opportunity to block the process.

We recall, on April 10, 27 EU countries and the United Kingdom agreed on a flexible deferral of Brexit to 31 days. Then Jean-Claude Juncker, the head of the executive branch of the European bloc, the president of the European Commission, predicted that Britain could leave the European Union without an agreement. Recently, it was reported that the UK would provide an additional 21 billion pounds to prepare for the exit from the European Union.
 
 
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