Lower House of the British Parliament rejected the proposal of Labor Party, which consisted in establishing control by the MPs over the agenda instead of the Government to block the possible exit of the country from the EU without an agreement, as BBC reported.
309 lawmakers stood against Labors’ idea, 298 – voted “for.”
If the parliamentarians supported this proposal, it would allow the opponents of “hard” Brexit to present a bill to the Parliament which would prevent Britain’s exit from the EU on October 31 without agreement.
The result of the voting was welcomed by the Tory.
Jeremy Corbin, the leader of the Labor Party, stated that they “will not be so happy in September.”
As it was reported, Theresa May resigned on June 7.