UK PM Johnson will ask for Brexit delay after losing parliamentary vote


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UK PM Johnson will ask for Brexit delay after losing parliamentary vote

Late on Saturday, the 19th of October 2019, an EU official said that the UK’s new leader Boris Johnson, holding the office for roughly one month after an amped up Brexit chaos had turned down former PM May, would send a letter as early as on Saturday (October 19th) requesting an extension of Brexit deadline, while the defiant UK PM Boris Johnson was almost entirely forced to ask for a deadline delay followed by losing a parliamentary vote over his Brexit deal, signed earlier this week by the officials in Brussels.

In point of fact, a dramatic session on Saturday (October 19th) in the UK House of Commons, the first-ever Saturday session of the UK lawmakers since 1982, when UK lawmakers had met to address an Argentine invasion to Falkland Island, had witnessed a defeat for Johnson’s recently approved Brexit deal in the EU commission.

In point of fact, oppositions of UK PM Boris Johnson had voted 322 to 306 to seek for further amendment of Johnson’s planned finale. Nonetheless, an abrupt optimism of a Brexit deal that bolted out of the blue about two weeks earlier went out of favour on Saturday’s (October 19th) UK Parliament, as PM Johnson’s Brexit-deal appeared to be facing off the same obstacles which former PM Theresa May had been met with, which effect would expose UK PM Johnson to a humiliating departure for Brussels to seek for a delay of Brexit deal until January 2020.