UK's Labour aim to seize parliamentary time to try to stop no-deal Brexit
Tuesday, 11 June 2019 Britain's opposition Labour Party said on Tuesday it would try to take control of the parliamentary agenda on June 25 to give lawmakers the chance to introduce legislation aimed at preventing a no-deal Brexit.
According to Reuters, Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman said that the British government will instruct its lawmakers to vote against an attempt by the opposition Labour Party to seize control of parliamentary time to try and stop a no-deal Brexit. Labour is to force a vote on whether to take...
Less than ten Labour Party MPs will back the British government on Saturday when the parliament votes on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, BBC political correspondent... Reuters Also reported by •Belfast Telegraph •Express and Star •BBC News