Serhat TUNAR -TDO-Prime Minister Boris Johnson's bill for separation from the European Union received 358 acceptance votes in the first vote in the UK Parliament.
In the first vote in the House of Commons, the Lower House of Parliament, 358 MPs voted for the bill, which would enact Britain's Brexit deal with the European Union, while 234 voted against it.
The government's amendments to the bill will follow Britain's formal departure from the European Union on January 31, and the 11-month transition period will not be extended. Although this article will become law, the government is likely to change it in the coming months and extend the transition period.
The bill, which gives British courts the power to review past European Court of Justice rulings into the country's domestic law, will also minimize MPs ' control and influence over the Brexit process.
The final vote on the bill in the House of Commons will take place between 7th and 9th of January, 2020 after 3 days of debate.