UK’s pre-Christmas election hopes to unfold Brexit deadlock


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UK’s pre-Christmas election hopes to unfold Brexit deadlock

United Kingdom would be holding its first December election almost in a century after PM Johnson had secured an unprecedented approval from UK House of Commons on Tuesday (October 29th) for a snap election by December 12th aimed at bailing out Britain out of a Brexit deadlock which had been spinning off sheer pain over EU Commission alongside a divided UK parliament.

PM Johnson, after being failed to deliver a Brexit by October 31st as promised during taking the office from PM May, saying there would be no “no, if, or but” on Britain’s divorce by October 31st, had demanded a General Election on December 12th at a parliament where he had no majority, but in a rare parliamentary success after three defeats on calls for a snap election, PM Johnson’s short bill call for a December 12th election was voted 438 to 20 in the UK House of Commons.

The bill would now go to the House of Lords. As PM Johnson had secured a first Christmas election in UK since 1923, the British PM said following the vote that set Britain up for a December 12th election, “It’s time to unite the country and get Brexit done,” however, some politicians were quoted saying that an election so close to a Christmas would spread annoyance among voters and cause severe disruptions in election campaigns amid cold winter weather alongside an early sundown in some part of Britain.