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United Kingdom Prime minister Boris Johnson’s wish of departing the European Union on 31st October, 2019 with a Brexit deal has faced a serious hit, and he has informed Ministers of Parliament that he will at the moment “pause” the WAB (Withdrawal Agreement Bill).


So, what’s going to happen next and what does this actually mean?

– WAB (Withdrawal Agreement Bill) what is it?

The Withdrawal Agreement Bill (WAB) is the Current Government’s Brexit Bill, the guidelines required for Brexit, which will apply the new deal approved with the European Union in United Kingdom act.

– What does the Ministers of Parliament think about WAB?

Ministers of Parliament voted by 329 votes to 299, majority 30, to accept the Withdrawal Agreement Bill in theory, the only occasion the Commons has been made to support any Brexit deal put before it.

–Will the Withdrawal Agreement Bill move upwards in parliamentary progression?

Certainly not. Since the Ministers of Parliament voted in support of the Withdrawal Agreement Bill, they voted by 322 to 308 to discard Mr Boris Johnson’s proposal to take the bill by means of the Commons in just three days.

Mr Johnson told Ministers of Parliament that he will have to “pause” the Withdrawal Agreement Bill until the European Union takes a verdict on whether to allow one more Brexit delay.

– Could there be an extension?

Under the conditions of the Benn Act, which was approved against the Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s desires, Mr. Johnson was forced to write to the European Union requesting for a three-month Brexit delay if he had not locked a deal by 11pm UK time on October 19, 2019.

Mr. Johnson once said that: “I will not bargain a delay with the European Union, and neither does the rules and regulations force me to do so.”

But he did send out two memos to Donald Tusk, European Council President.

To begin with, there was an unsigned photocopy of the appeal he was required to send because of the Benn Act, trailed by a document clarifying why his Government does not really yearn for an extension.

The European Union has not taken any decision on whether to allow another delay, but Donald Tusk European Council President stated that he will advise the EU27 to allow the United Kingdom request for a delay.

– Will there be a Brexit on 31st October, 2019?

The United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised to take Britain out of the European Union by the 31st October, 2019.

He further informed the Ministers of Parliament on 22nd October, 2019 that he will discuss with other European Union leaders on what must take place in the future.


After observing the situation it is evident that it’s very doubtful that Brexit will occur on Mr Johnson’s favoured date that is 31st October, 2019.


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