British Prime Minister Theresa May decided that now is not the time to vote on the subject of the country’s withdrawal from the European Union
The Prime Minister of Great Britain today canceled a vote on Brexit in parliament.
This morning, Maye urgently convened a Cabinet of Ministers, at which, obviously, the Brexit vote was discussed, and then it was canceled altogether.
It is likely that the government will still insist on voting tomorrow evening. Parliament can also return to this issue next week or even in early January.
The deadline for a decision by the British Parliament is January 21.