Thursday, 23 May 2019 LONDON - The British government on Thursday postponed a crucial Brexit vote scheduled for the first week of June, following an outcry from hardline Brexiteers over concessions made by Prime Minister Theresa May.
According to Reuters, Theresa May’s political spokesman said on Tuesday that the British Prime Minister’s government wants to resolve swiftly the issues of whether to hold a second Brexit referendum and what type of post-Brexit customs relationship to have.
Boris Johnson, who has pledged to deliver Brexit on Oct. 31, surged closer to power on Thursday, winning by far the most support from Conservative lawmakers. Johnson won the support of 114 Conservative..
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..