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boris johnson new viisa rules post brexit


A leaked draft of an agreement ready to be signed off by Brussels as the EU is getting ready to provide Britain an accommodating three-month Brexit delay.

A notification is being distributed among EU member states that will permit the United Kingdom to remain in the European Union until the end of January 2020. Nevertheless it will leave the possibility of leaving the bloc at an earlier time if Ministers of Parliament approve Boris Johnson’s deal.

Boris Johnson asked for an extension to the present 31st October deadline recently after the Minsters of Parliament galvanised a law demanding him to do so if no agreement had been authorized by the Commons.

As per leaked draft, the United Kingdom will be able to leave the European Union on the first day of the month after a deal is ratified.

It says that “The time offered in article 50 (3) TEU as extended by the European council decision (EU) 2019/584 is hereby additionally extended until 31 January 2020″.

The draft further states that: “In the occasion that the parties to that treaty complete their corresponding authorization practices and give notice to the depositary of the conclusion of these procedures in November 2019, in December 2019 or in January 2020, the withdrawal agreement will get into action correspondingly on [the first of the month of the following month].”

The draft which is likely to be officially signed off on Monday 28th October, 2019 – follows days of European Union disagreeing over the length of any further Brexit delays.

Emmanuel Macron, French President had been urging for a short extension of about 14days in a bid to put stress on British Ministers of Parliament to support Mr Johnson’s agreement.

But Donald Tusk, President of European Council, who has held rigorous discussions with European Union hubs over the weekend, made the situation for a lengthier extension.

If accepted, the extension could increase the vision of a sudden general election by eliminating the chances of a no-deal Brexit on 31 October, 2019.

Labour Party has until now indicated its disagreement to the 12th December poll commanded by Boris Johnson, claiming that they will not do so until a no-deal Brexit is “off the table”.

Ministers of Parliament will be given a vote on his election proposal on Monday, but it is improbable to get the two-thirds majority – 434 votes – it requires under the Fixed Term Parliaments Act.

On the other hand, 10 Downing Street has made crystal clear that it will “look at” an unconventional joint SNP-Lib Dem strategy for a Commons vote on Tuesday 29th October, 2019 on whether to hold an election on 9 December as an alternate.


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