Now that the House of Commons has won the right to vote on the deal, here is the lowest point of the man whose name appears on the amendment and what it means for the Brexit process. But it is likely that the Prime Minister will again insist that an election be taken to change parliament and hopefully get enough of his own MPs to vote on a Brexit deal. The decision on Johnson`s agreement is expected to be so incredibly tight that it may even fall two or three votes back and forth… if it takes place today. Sources at 10 Downing Street said earlier that if the Letwin amendment were passed, MPs would be sent home: “Voting for Letwin means that MPs will vote to do what they asked for all day, it is meaningless. That is what happened. The House of Commons is part of the Brexit saga for a potentially decisive vote. Sir Oliver said he had tabled the amendment as someone who “voted three times for Theresa May`s deal, who has publicly guaranteed that he will vote for any deal with an orderly exit and who will vote for Boris`s excellent agreement at all stages, until the third reading of the implementing laws, without any amendments.” This could create more problems for the Brexit deal and the Prime Minister. Before Parliament votes on a bill proposed by the government (as it is called before it enters the law), the amendments are proposals to amend, remove or expand their wording. They do so as parliamentary control of the legislation envisaged by the government. The Letwin amendment was passed by Parliament with a 322-306 lead, delaying British Prime Minister Boris Johnson`s vote on Brexit. But what is it? One of the key factors is that they want an agreement that keeps the UK in close agreement with the EU, particularly with regard to labour standards, environmental protection and consumer protection, and that they recognise what they see as a weakening of the government`s commitment to these “fair competition conditions” obligations.
By allowing MEPs to propose amendments, they could try to add a “confirmation referendum” to Boris Johnson`s agreement with Europe. @oletwinofficial facebook.com/Oliver-Letwin-1571628762849292 The government`s attempt to prorogue Parliament in September definitively cemented the Brexit/Remain group; they might receive some assurances, but they may well demand a pact signed in blood. In his speech to the House of Commons, after the adoption of his amendment, Sir Oliver told MPs that he thought his proposal was “deeply in the national interest.” However, the law specifies that any extension would be null and for all if the government adopts the EU withdrawal law before 31 October. “A hope that I share with the Prime Minister, but he will do it on the basis of knowledge, if something goes wrong, we will not crash without an agreement that day,” he added. Thousands of people rushed to the House of Commons by EU supporters for today`s referendum in London. It is now up to the EU to decide whether or not to grant an extension to the UK. If this is the case, the UK will remain in the EU beyond 31 October, but it would be allowed to leave the bloc as soon as it adopts an agreement in Parliament. It would be a substitute for MPs to vote “yes” to their agreement and, given that there are a number of Labour rebels, the government may well win. He added: “I welcome today`s vote, it is a firm decision by this House, which today refused to support the Prime Minister`s agreement and clearly voted in favour of stopping a crash of non-agreement from the European Union.