Britain’s parliament will vote on whether or not to approve Prime Minister Theresa Might’s Brexit deal earlier than Jan. 21, her spokesman stated on Tuesday.
Might had been attributable to maintain the vote in a while Tuesday, however on Monday introduced she would defer it and search further reassurances from the European Union to verify it bought via parliament.
Might is seeking to resolve the deadlock over her deal as rapidly as doable, and intends to get the assurances she wants from European leaders earlier than Jan. 21, the spokesman instructed reporters.
The spokesman additionally stated Might had earlier held a productive assembly with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, the primary cease on a tour of European capitals. The 2 agreed to work to discover a approach via the present state of affairs, he stated.
Might will maintain a gathering of her cupboard on Wednesday afternoon.
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