UK lawmakers in the House of Commons had approved the EU exit deal on Thursday as anticipated which in effect would allow Britain’s departure from the European Union at a January 31st deadline, concluding a three-year-long drama which had hurt Britain’s economy, reduced investments substantially and turned a Tory Prime Minister down.
On top of that, the UK House of Commons voted 330 to 321 to approve the EU (Withdrawal Agreement) exit bill late on Thursday (January 9th), while the largest event in United Kingdom’s history since the meet of Britton Woods after World War II, for better or worse, would allow the UK PM Johnson to turn the pages of United Kingdom’s gravest political crises in nearly five-decades and to put an end of growing fears of a disorderly Brexit, but if PM Johnson could not seal a favourable deal with other nations in the bloc over the transitional period, PM Johnson’s amended Brexit deal could turn in to a long-term liability for Britain, the world’s sixth-largest economy by nominal GDP behind India.
United Kingdom had joined the bloc, a 28-member organization of European nations excluding Britain, back in the 1973. Meanwhile, winding down the hours of Thursday’s (January 9th) parliamentary debate, Brexit Minister Stephen Barclay said to the lawmakers, “It is time to get Brexit done. This bill does so. ”