A group of deputies in the UK will seek to prevent the “hard” Brexit

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UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) — An inter-party group of British deputies will seek to prevent a possible UK secession from the EU without a deal with Brussels on April 12, 2019, The Guardian reported.

The bill of authorship of Labor representative Yvette Cooper contains a requirement for the Prime Minister to “promptly” suggest that the European Union postpone the Brexit deadline. Some conservative deputies also spoke in support of the document.

“Now we are in a really dangerous situation where there are serious risks of exiting without a deal in 10 days,” said Cooper.

“The Prime Minister must submit a proposal, in particular, to say what extension of the deadline, in her opinion, we need to solve all the issues,” she added.

It is expected that the House of Commons of the United Kingdom will be able to discuss the bill and vote on it until Thursday, after which it is planned to send it to the House of Lords for consideration.

The British Cabinet of Ministers is currently meeting on Brexit. The media believe that after him, the Prime Minister may propose a new vote on his deal with Brussels.

The House of Commons of the British Parliament earlier voted to postpone the withdrawal of the country from the European Union.

For the transfer of Brexit voted 441 parliamentarians, 105 were against. It was a technical vote: earlier the parliament had already supported the postponement of the exit to a later date.

After this vote, the House of Commons of the United Kingdom voted against all 8 options for a Brexit deal with the European Union.

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