Vote on Final Brexit deal with the EU

UK government has been clear that it will give parliament a meaningful vote on the final Brexit deal it negotiates with the EU, Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman said on Monday. This comes after Donald Tusk has called on Britain to reverse the decision to leave the European Union with a second referendum or a House of Commons vote on the final Brexit deal.

The Labour Party has called for parliament to be given a wider range of options beyond either accepting the Brexit deal, or leaving the bloc without a deal, Reuters said. “The government’s position on this is very clear, which is that there will be a meaningful vote on the Brexit deal where parliament can choose to either accept that deal or we can leave without a deal, but we will be leaving the European Union on March 29, 2019,” the spokesman said.

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