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US News Brexit: British House of Commons votes for controversial law despite warnings

10:05  30 september  2020
10:05  30 september  2020 Source:   handelsblatt.com

Brexit: Brussels urges UK to drop “unacceptable” bill

 Brexit: Brussels urges UK to drop “unacceptable” bill © Pixabay Brexit: Brussels urges UK to drop “unacceptable” bill European Union (EU) urges United Kingdom to give up revisiting the Brexit agreement, especially as time is running out to reach an agreement on relations between the two blocs. While the negotiations between London and Brussels drag on the front of their post-Brexit relations and the risk of no deal is more than ever on the table, the European Union is raising its tone.

The House of Commons passed the Internal Market Bill by 340 votes to 256, threatening to violate British lawmakers on Tuesday adopted a contentious bill giving ministers the power to breach its The bill, which ministers acknowledge violates international law , seeks to ensure smooth trade among the

Boris Johnson’s controversial Brexit legislation, enabling the UK to break international law , has cleared the House of Commons . MPs voted 340 to 256, majority 84, in favour of the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill at third reading, despite warnings that the “ law -breaking” legislation threatens the

Boris Johnson hat trotz aller Warnungen ein umstrittenes Gesetz durchs Unterhaus geboxt. © dpa Boris Johnson has boxed a controversial law through the House of Commons despite all warnings.

The British House of Commons approved Boris Johnson's Single Market Act with a clear majority. With this, the prime minister wants to undo parts of the Brexit deal.

Despite all the warnings, the British House of Commons voted in favor of the controversial Internal Market Act, with which Great Britain wants to undo parts of the Brexit deal with the EU that is already in force. With 340 to 256 votes, Prime Minister Boris Johnson passed the law through the London Parliament on Tuesday evening with a clear majority. Next, the law has yet to pass the House of Lords.

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Boris Johnson’s controversial Brexit legislation, enabling the UK to break international law , has cleared the House of Commons . MPs voted 340 to 256, majority 84, in favour of the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill at third reading, despite warnings that the “ law -breaking” legislation

Boris Johnson's controversial Brexit legislation which allows the Government to break international law has been backed by MPs. The Internal Market Bill cleared its final stage in the House of Commons by 340 votes to 256.

The EU had previously condemned Johnson's plans as a breach of trust and asked London to give in by the end of September. However, the British government insists that the law will be used as a "safety net" in the event of a hard Brexit. Johnson had previously brought some deviants in his own ranks into line by assuring them further parliamentary control. Some Tories, including ex-Prime Minister Theresa May, had expressed criticism to the last. An amendment by the Labor Party to change the controversial passages of the law had previously been rejected on Tuesday.

Despite the conflict with the EU, the negotiating teams on both sides started the ninth and, for the time being, last planned round of negotiations on a trade pact in Brussels on Tuesday. Even though time is getting scarcer, negotiations are still stalling. In particular, the negotiators have not yet reached agreement on the rules governing fishing and government support for British companies. At the turn of the year, when the Brexit transition phase expires, there is a threat of a hard economic break with tariffs and other trade hurdles.

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