In one other set again for Boris Johnson’s Brexit plans, the Speaker of the Home of Commons, has rejected a authorities bid, to carry a vote on the Prime Minister’s proposals for leaving the European Union.
Mr Johnson had hoped MPs would get an opportunity at this time, to approve the deal he agreed with the EU final week. However John Bercow mentioned a movement on the settlement, had already been introduced earlier than MPs on Saturday, and Parliamentary guidelines prevented it from being debated once more.
The federal government says it is disillusioned, however vowed to push forward with the mandatory laws, to allow Britain to go away the EU, by October 31st.
Clive Myrie presents BBC Information at Ten with contributions from the BBC Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg and Deputy Political Editor John Pienaar.
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