Boris Johnson will present brexitlov this week

The uk government is working to have a brexitaftale before christmas, so the Uk can leave the EU. The british prime minister, Boris Johnson, hope before chris

Boris Johnson will present brexitlov this week

The uk government is working to have a brexitaftale before christmas, so the Uk can leave the EU.

The british prime minister, Boris Johnson, hope before christmas to get on with his brexitaftale.

It says a government spokesman to the BBC.

- We plan to start the process before christmas and will do it in the proper constitutional way, in conversation with the House president, said Johnson's spokesman.

on Friday, the government will, according to the spokesperson presenting the bill, which paves the way for brexit, in the house of Commons.

- We will submit a legislative proposal to ensure that we get the brexit voted through before the end of January. The bill will reflect the agreements reached with the EU on our withdrawal, the spokesman said.

Johnson goes all in all, a busy week in the meeting. Thursday opened parliament formally of the queen after the british elections which were held on Thursday.

Here secured The Conservative Party and the party's leader, Boris Johnson, himself 365 of the 650 seats in the house of Commons.

With the conservatives strongest majority since 1987, it is expected that parliament will approve the law, which must implement brexitaftalen.

the Agreement must meet the Johnson's pledge that the Uk will leave the EU no later than 31. January.

It comes after an elongated course, where parliament several times has voted down a brexitløsning.

Unlike the conservatives were the main opposition party, Labour, a katastrofevalg Thursday. The party lost 59 seats and ended up with just to get the 203 candidates selected.

It is the worst result for the party since the mid-1930s.

the Party's chairman, Jeremy Corbyn, said on election night that he did not intend to lead the party in the future.

/ritzau/AFP

Updated Date: 16 December 2019, 16:00

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