＂To prevent no agreement from Europe＂ legislation passed, Prime Minister Johnson besieged, sterling rebound blocked 1.23 pass
The British government agreed to "block all legislative procedures for the October 31st free from European Agreement". The house of Lords will complete all legislation at 19:00 on Friday, October 31st. If British Prime Minister Johnson fails to reach an agreement or persuade members to disengage from Europe, he is forced to ask the European Union to postpone Europe for three months to January 31st.
Johnson is ready to try again to agree to the general election next Monday (September 9th), because he believes that emergency elections are the only way out of the deadlock that has paralyzed British politics in the past three years. "The state must decide now" whether he or Corbin, the main opposition Labour leader, went to Brussels to complete the negotiations and "solve the problem". Britain did not replace the specific proposal of Ireland's replacement plan on Wednesday, but the European Union was very pessimistic.
British Prime Minister Johnson once again proposed early elections in October 15th
After failing again in parliament, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he refused to seek Britain's delaying euro and proposed a general election in October 15th. British Prime Minister Johnson told conservatives that he wants parliament to vote ahead of schedule to break the European deadlock.
Now he is ready to push the election because he believes that emergency elections are the only way out of the deadlock that has paralyzed British politics in the past three years. "The state must decide now" whether he or Jeremy, the leader of the Labour Party leader of the main opposition party, went to Brussels to complete the negotiations and "solve the problem".
On Wednesday, the prime minister failed to stop the house of Commons vote, which was aimed at defeating the draft law that Britain withdrew from the EU in October 31st, whether or not an agreement was reached.
The house of Commons voted for a vote of 327 votes to 299. If Johnson could not reach an agreement or persuade a member to disagree with Europe, he forced him to ask the European Union to postpone Europe for three months to January 31st. The bill will now be submitted to the house of Lords. It needs to pass two houses before it becomes law. Johnson resisted the bill.
He repeatedly argued that he would never agree to postpone Britain's departure from the deadline of October 31st.
Johnson's "general election plan" was badly defeated.
It is reported that Johnson is ready to try again next Monday (September 9th) to allow parliament to agree to the general election. British Prime Minister Johnson told conservative colleagues on Wednesday that he wants to push ahead with the general election in order to solve the impasse of Parliament over Europe.
According to two members attending the meeting, Johnson believed that Corbin, the leader of the opposition Labor Party, was afraid of the polls, which was the chance for the conservative party to win the majority of the lower house.
Corbin has already indicated that he wants to hold an election, but the time must be passed after the new bill is passed, so as to make sure that Johnson can not get rid of Europe without agreement in October 31st. People familiar with the matter said Johnson would make it clear that the election was the only way and would continue to try to approve the election next Monday, because the bill against no agreement to remove Europe would be passed on Monday.
Next Monday (September 9th), Johnson may still be in a setback. The two opposition members said that this was mainly because the Labour Party did not consider the support of early elections before the October 31st agreement was lifted. This means that the general election must be arranged after that date.
With conservative party members turning the corner, Britain has a "suspended parliament". Opening foreign exchange trading accounts
Since 2017, the Conservative Party has always relied on the support of the Democratic unified party of Northern Ireland to pass legislation. On Tuesday, due to the reversal of Philip Lee, the conservative party lost the majority position, and the British Senate instantly became a "suspended parliament". On Tuesday night, Johnson dismissed 21 members of the conservative party because they voted to prevent Britain from breaking the agreement.
According to the source, it is assumed that the house of Commons passed a motion aimed at preventing no agreement from Europe. Johnson thought that the only way to break the impasse was to ask the public to elect a new parliament.
On Wednesday, Johnson was frustrated in the house of Commons, because the agenda was in the hands of the opposition party, and they were determined to prevent Johnson from breaking the European strategy in October 31st. The motion has been approved in the first stage and will receive second votes in the evening.
If Johnson fails in this vote, he will ask members to vote immediately ahead of the general election. But he may lose the vote in early elections. Early elections require the support of 2/3 members, but so far the opposition camp has refused to vote ahead.
The EU will focus on the preparation of no agreement to remove Europe.
An EU official, on the condition of anonymity, said that after the meeting between Britain's David Frost and the EU negotiators on Wednesday, the United Kingdom still did not replace the specific proposal of the Irish alternatives, and the EU was very pessimistic.
Another participant at the closed door meeting said that senior EU officials including EU chief European negotiator Baniya briefed the ambassadors of the 27 governments of the European Union in Brussels on Wednesday, reiterated the deadlock in negotiations. The diplomat said that the EU is now concentrating its attention on the preparation of no agreement to depart from Europe.
Johnson and European Council president Tusk did not make any progress during the G7 meeting last month.
An EU official said the EU knew only what Britain did not want: the EU was trying to find out whether the UK had any plans, whether it was still under development, or had plans, but was not yet ready to put it forward.
Market participants reminded that as at 10:05 on September 5th at Beijing time, the pound was 1.2239 against the US dollar. The US dollar index recovered 98.5 points because of the good news in the trade situation, and the sterling short line was 1.2232 lower. On Thursday, it is expected that the positive impact of the UK's Euro event will be offset by the strong US dollar index. Investors need to pay close attention to the latest news from Britain.