The British parliament has contributed to a majority vote in favour of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s ‘Brexit law’. The further discussion on the subject and the work of the details is not yet complete.
The British delegates voted 340 votes in favour and 263 against the law. Now that the bill has passed through this voting round, next in parliament four more days of debate on its aloud.
During these days much can still be adapted to the bill, which has been criticized in recent days. The British House of Lords has yet to take a position on the bill.
On Wednesday, the British government presented a bill containing parts of the Brexit withdrawal package below. In the past, how the United Kingdom intends to drive trade after the Brexit was handed out. Parts of the so-called Northern Ireland protocol are being amended there.
This protocol should prevent a hardline on the island of Ireland. Johnson agreed to this last year and called the deal “very good “and”ready for sale”among other things.
That’s what Johnson met with the bill. In his view, this is not yet to come up with ‘harmful’ import duties for goods which would go from Great Britain to Northern Ireland. Johnson also called the bill a “safety net for the United Kingdom against extreme irrational interpretations” of the protocol.