in the Midst of speculation, the British government could postpone the crucial parliamentary vote to Brexit Deal with the EU, has announced the Prime Minister Theresa May for Monday afternoon in a speech before the deputies. The speech is scheduled for 16.30 clock, said a Parliament spokeswoman.
The Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon has accused the British Prime Minister of cowardice, because she wanted to postpone the parliamentary vote on the Brexit Treaty. The agreement must be reported immediately to the house of Commons for the vote, so that they can be rejected, she says.More about
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is scheduled for Tuesday. Given the broad resistance against the Brexit-the agreement is generally expected that a majority of the deputies vote against it. A defeat could lead to Mays as head of government. (AFP, Reuters)daily mirror tomorrow location for your Free copy