Parliament's Upper House Signs Off Bill To Delay Brexit

Law360, London (September 6, 2019, 4:07 PM BST) -- The upper house of Parliament gave its backing on Friday to a bill that requires Prime Minister Boris Johnson to seek an extension to the Brexit deadline if he cannot secure a withdrawal deal by Oct. 19 to ensure regulatory continuity.

The U.K.'s House of Lords backed a bill on Friday that requires Prime Minister Boris Johnson to seek an extension to the Brexit deadline if he can't secure a withdrawal deal by Oct. 19. (AP) The bill left the House of Lords after passing successfully at 3.30 p.m. in an oral vote by peers. It is expected to receive Royal Assent...

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