After the unsuccessful EU summit in Brussels the UK for a solution in the Brexit Dilemma. However, this is not in sight. Now Labour wants to force a Brexit vote before Christmas.
After a turbulent week, the political camps are looking in London for a way out of the cul-de-SAC. However, this seems a distant prospect. Whether the Prime Minister Theresa May to get the design of the Brexit agreement by the Parliament, is more questionable. The government announced a vote until at least 21. January.
The biggest opposition party Labour has announced, however, already in the next few days about the vote. "We will be using in the coming week with all the means at our disposal to force the government to a vote before Christmas," said the Labour MP Andrew Gwynne to the BBC. How Labour wants to force the government to vote in advance, said Gwynne.