The Queen approved the law to delay Brexit in the absence of an agreement

The Queen of Britain approved a bill to delay Brexit in the absence of an agreement with Brussels.
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has signed a law that postpones the country’s exit from the EU if an agreement with Brussels is not signed by October 31, 2019, Sky News reported on Monday.

The fact that Queen Elizabeth II signed the document, said the speaker of the house of lords Norman Fowler.

Under the law, Prime Minister Boris Johnson must ask the EU to postpone the Brexit deadline to 31 January 2020. The aim of this measure is to avoid a “hard” exit from the EU – without a bilateral agreement with Brussels.

On the eve of the British opposition passed a bill that will force the British government Boris Johnson to seek a three-month delay Brexit. Queen Elizabeth is expected to sign the law on Monday.

On the eve of the British opposition passed a bill that will force the British government Boris Johnson to seek a three-month delay Brexit. Queen Elizabeth is expected to sign the law on Monday.

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