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What has quite apparently thus far so considerably delayed the implementation of the 23 June 2016 referendum’s results, are of course its economic implications over which no consensus seems to be reachable
Those advocating for staying in the EU, on the other hand, emphasized that the financial advantages of EU membership, such as free trade and inward investment, far outweighed the costs of the membership
Johnson explained that his decision to shut down the parliament aimed to allow the Queen to pass a new legislative outline for the government on 14 October.
It means Labour members endorsing Corbyn’s stance to stay neutral while negotiating a new deal if Labour wins the next election. The party would then put the deal to a new referendum, with an option to stay in the EU on the ballot paper.
Lawyer representing the British government said the suspension of parliaments previously had clearly been employed when governments wanted to pursue a particular political objective
‘I am determined to lead this country forward, take Britain out of the EU on October 31st,’ says Johnson
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