Britain's House of Commons ratifies PM Boris Johnson's withdrawal agreement by 330 votes to 231, clearing the way for Brexit to happen after years of delay on January 31.
The 358 to 234 vote paves the way for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to deliver on his winning general election promise to "get Brexit done" without further delays on January 31.
Post-mortems suggest that Brexit and Corbyn were responsible for the party’s collapse. It’s much more complex.
For Johnson, the Brexit-focused campaign “Get Brexit Done” paid off in the end.
According to Sky News and BBC, Tories had won 326 of the 650 seats in the lower House of Commons, meaning they could not be beaten. Exit polls from Thursday's vote indicated they could win 368 seats.
This is Britain's third general election in four-and-a-half years. All major opinion polls suggest Prime Minister Boris Johnson will win, though pollsters got the 2016 referendum wrong.
UK-US trade documents have been leaked last month, showing the ruling Conservative Party's plans to offer the NHS for sale in post-Brexit talks.
During the debate, Johnson ridiculed Corbyn's support for a new referendum while the Labour leader said the prime minister's pledge to "get Brexit done" actually meant seven years of trade talks.
Trump has shown no restraint in showing support for Britain’s exit from the European Union and critiquing the politicians involved in the country’s long-running Brexit debate.
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson has vowed to strengthen Britain’s sentencing system after a convicted terrorist released early from prison stabbed two people to death and wounded three in a London Bridge attack.
The Conservative Party, led by PM Boris Johnson, says it will “Get Brexit done” while Labour says it will seek a referendum once the Withdrawal Agreement is passed by parliament.
The two politicians hammered away at their rival’s weaknesses in the first-ever head-to-head TV debate between a British prime minister and a chief challenger.
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