The UK Parliament has resumed its session after the Supreme Court's decision on the unlawfulness of the request of Boris Johnson’s Cabinet, Sky News reported.
In particular, at 11:30 local time (1:30 pm Kyiv time), MPs began to gather in the boardroom.
"Welcome back to our place of work," speaker of the House of Commons John Burke told MPs.
It should be noted that protesters gathered under the parliament building.
As we reported earlier, on September 24, after the defeat in the UK Supreme Court, which found the government's decision to send the British Parliament for a forced vacation to be illegal, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, declared the need to hold new parliamentary elections.
Johnson and Trump, meanwhile, were reported to have reached a trade agreement by July 2020. It has also emerged that the deal the two leaders are aiming for will be the biggest free trade agreement that the US has ever done with another country.
While the deal could be signed next summer, its implementation will have to wait until Brexit’s transition period finishes in December 2020.