Johnson urged to support new “Brexit” deal

LONDON – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the eve of the vote of the British Parliament on a new “Brexit” agreement called to support the deal to October 31, the country left the European Union.

The corresponding video message is published on the Twitter page of the Prime Minister.

“Friends, we have agreed on a great new “Brexit” deal. This new deal allows us to leave the EU in two weeks on October 31. So we can focus on the priorities of society and together bring the country back,” Johnson said to parliamentarians and citizens.

According to the Prime Minister, the new agreement allows Britain to “regain control of laws, borders, finance, and trade without disruption.” The deal also “establishes a new relationship with the EU based on free trade and friendly cooperation.”

Britain will leave the EU Customs Union and be able to enter into free trade agreements with countries around the world. “Tomorrow MPs will have the opportunity to vote for this deal so that the UK can regain control, leave the EU and move forward,” Johnson said.

I want us to deliver on “Brexit” on Saturday so we can move forward to other priorities such as living standards, the health system, reducing crime and protecting the environment. Let’s implement “Brexit!”- concluded the head of the British government.

On Saturday, the House of Commons of the UK Parliament will vote on the text of the new “Brexit” agreement reached between London and Brussels on Thursday. The government will propose to either vote for the agreement or agree to leave the EU without an agreement. Deputies also have the right to amend the proposal of the government.

Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
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