Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II approved a bill that prohibits the country from leaving the European Union without a deal on October 31. The House of Lords reported — the upper house of the British Parliament.
Thus, the document acquired the status of law.
The British Parliament approved a bill to ban hard “Brexit” last week. After that, Prime Minister Boris Johnson proposed to hold early parliamentary elections, but his initiative did not receive the support of the required number of deputies.
On September 9, the British Parliament will suspend its work for more than a month. Permission for this in late August gave Elizabeth II at the request of Boris Johnson. It was assumed that in this way the Prime Minister tried to prevent Parliament to block “Brexit” without a deal on October 31.