Brexit – Parliament votes once again against B.J.

As expected. Parliament rejected Boris Johnson’s proposal for new elections. This means that there will be no snap elections, and parliament will stop working until mid-October.

Parliament is expected to begin work on 14 October. Until then, the government will continue negotiations. On October 17, Boris Johnson will meet with EU leaders seeking consensus on the agreement. Johnson reaffirms his position that he will not delay Brexit.

 Trader Martin Nikolov

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