the Outcome of the elections may ultimately decide whether brexit will be implemented, dropped or pulled out.
Three years after the british voted to leave the EU, british voters on Thursday to the polls in a parliamentary election that may decide the future of brexit.
the election results can potentially pave the way for brexit under the conservative prime minister, Boris Johnson.
But it can also end up with to pave the way for a new referendum, which will eventually be able to redo the decision to leave the EU.
This writes the british news agency Reuters.
After an unsuccessful attempt to get the brexit carried out before 31. October, Boris Johnson printed the parliamentary elections to the organization 12. december in order to break the political stalemate plaguing the united kingdom.
the 55-year-old Boris Johnson was in connection with brexitafstemningen in 2016 the face of the political campaign to leave the EU.
He has in recent weeks led campaign under the slogan "get the brexit completed". Among his election pledges is to get Britain out of the EU, as well as to spend more money on health care, education and the police.
His biggest challenge is the head of the party Labour, the 70-year-old Jeremy Corbyn. He goes to the election with promises of higher government spending, greater taxation of the wealthy and a new referendum on brexit.
however, It is not certain that Boris Johnson will get the clear majority, as he hopes.
According to the polls, there is also the possibility that it may end up with a nearly dead race - and thus there may still be a long way to ending the long brexitkrise.
- We can get a conservative majority government, which will be able to get brexit implemented and redeem Britain's potential, said Boris Johnson during his last vælgermøder on Wednesday evening.
Conversely, warned Jeremy Corbyn at his last vælgermøder that The Conservative Party consists of the "millionaires", while Labour represent the people.
- you can vote on the despair and the government's dishonesty, or you can vote Labour and get a government that brings hope for the future, said Corbyn.
the Polling stations in the Uk opens at 8 o'clock on a Thursday morning and closes again at 23.
a Little after midnight and expected the first results to be announced. Early Friday morning, it is expected that there can be formed an overview of the total result, writes the BBC and The Guardian.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 12 December 2019, 05:00