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British parliament votes 11 december about Brexit agreement

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On Tuesday, december 11, agree the British house of Commons about the Brexit agreement that prime minister Theresa May with the European Union has closed. The interest about the Brexit agreement is not to be underestimated.

The mood, the ‘meaningful vote’, takes place at the end of a five-day long debate that on Tuesday, december 4, starts is evident from a letter which was distributed among the members of parliament of May’s Conservative Party. Only on Friday there is no session of the house of Commons.

The importance of the vote on the Brexit agreement is not to be underestimated. As prime minister May succeed in a majority behind to rally, there seems to be no way back for the departure of the United Kingdom from the EU on march 29. If it approves the agreement, then threatens to cause chaos in London. Take May in that case dismissal? Will there be a second vote on the text? Or perhaps a second referendum? At this moment it is just guess work what the scenario will be.

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