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On January 15, the British MPs cast their ballots on the Agreement on the British Withdrawal from the EU, which T. May had reached with Brussels [1] - “Plan A”. The government lost the vote [2]. On January 29 they voted on the government ‘s "plan B". In fact, the Cabinet did not suggest anything new, having added a number of concessions for EU citizens in Britain, and abolishing the registration fee for them.
  • Category: Experts |
  • Date: 7-02-2019, 11:06
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On November 25, leaders of the EU member states approved an agreement on the withdrawal of Great Britain from the Union. The last objections, voiced by Spain, were lifted after Madrid received "assurances from the British government concerning Gibraltar." Now the British Prime Minister Theresa May will have to secure the approval of the country's parliament.