Boris Johnson’s Brexit legislation has been backed by Members of Parliament by 330 votes to 231. It marks a historic moment in the Brexit process ahead of the UK’s scheduled departure from the EU on January 31. Boris Johnson’s Brexit bill has passed through its final stage in the House of Commons, clearing the path for Britain to leave the EU at the end of January. It is ultimately expected to pass through all stages and receive Royal Assent before entering the statute books by 31 January, when the UK is scheduled to leave the EU.
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