Boris Johnson Loses a Brexit Vote, Throwing the Process Into Chaos
PM Boris Johnson endured a harming misfortune Tuesday in his mission to remove Britain from the European Union, losing a basic vote in Parliament and putting his arrangements for Brexit on hold as Britain’s three-year battle to determine the issue kept on resisting any arrangement.
Mr. Johnson’s most recent annihilation came just 15 minutes after his first triumph in Parliament. Administrators conceded fundamental endorsement to the withdrawal bargain he hit with the European Union a week ago, a significant advance toward accomplishing the head administrator’s objective of Brexit and one that broke a series of annihilations for him.
Be that as it may, the administrators rejected in a pivotal follow-up vote to put enactment authorizing Britain’s flight on a most optimized plan of attack to entry, which could have empowered Mr. Johnson to fulfill his time constraint of leaving the European Union by Oct. 31.
By blocking Mr. Johnson, Parliament has tossed the entire procedure into an administrative netherworld that could mean a very long time of further deferrals to a procedure that the country has since a long time ago wearied of and simply needs to see end.