Some individual conservative mps voted against Boris Johnson's brexitplan, which was adopted.
The british House of commons has on Friday afternoon with a solid majority, adopted a bill on the prime minister Boris Johnson's brexitaftale.
358 voted for the proposal, while 234 voted against.
In spite of the overwhelming majority voted individual conservatives against the party's prime minister. Seven of the total of 365 mps from The Conservative Party gave their support to the plan.
With Johnson's plan approved is the Uk, according to the prime minister, "one step closer to getting brexit completed" no later than 31. January 2020. It says he is, according to the british broadcaster BBC.
After the elections earlier this month has The Conservative Party majority. Thus, it suggests that the upcoming udtrædelsesaftale will be approved, so that Boris Johnson can keep his promise that brexit is becoming reality at the end of January.
But although the british formally leaving the union, to the time, so they will still be associated with the european UNION, while negotiating a trade agreement.
the Agreement, who on Friday is adopted, prohibits the however, among other things, negotiations with the EU after december 2020.
It will say that the british stand to leave the EU without agreement, if not there is the country a trade agreement before the end of next year.
the EU's new rådspræsident, belgium Charles Michel, refers to Friday's vote in the house of Commons as "an important step" in the divorce between the two parties.
opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn from the Labour party describing the agreement as "terrible". He had prior to the vote asked his party colleagues to vote against it.
- This agreement does not provide security for local communities or for businesses and for the workforce. It actually makes the opposite and increases the risk of a brexit in the absence of agreement next year, " says Corbyn, according to news agency Reuters.
Six members of the Labour party voted in favour of the agreement.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 21 December 2019, 06:00