"Brexit": Johnson ready for new elections in December
The opposition accepts as long as the "no-deal" is lifted
Boris Johnson, after a meeting of the Cabinet Council, declared that he intended to propose to the Parliament the convening of early elections in the United Kingdom on December 12th. On Monday he will present a motion by the Tory Government in Parliament and he said who was ready to give more time to the Chambers to discuss the agreement reached with Brussels, but on the condition that the Deputies agree to go to the elections. A proposal that comes after the municipalities have approved the contents of the "Queen's Speech", the government's policy guidelines, with 310 yes against 294 no. Today the conservative leader on the social network "Twitter" has published the following post: "Hi folks, as you all know we need to get Brexit done so we can move forward as a Country. Either with this Parliament or with a new one, chosen by you, the voters".
Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn said the elections will be approved "as long as the 'no-deal' is lifted from the table".
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