The European Commission urged British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s authorities on Saturday to immediately explain how it needs to move with Brexit trainings after dropping the next parliamentary vote.
Spokeswoman Mina Andreeva stated Brussels” takes note of this vote at the House of Commons now about the so-called Letwin Amendment meaning the Withdrawal Agreement itself wasn’t put to vote now.
“It is going to be for the UK authorities to notify us about the upcoming steps whenever you can,” she tweeted.
Before, the British parliament passed an amendment that has the effect of forcing Johnson to request EU leaders to postpone Brexit past October 31, something he’d pledged to not do.
The delay would need to be asked by a letter by the British authorities to the European Council, which represents member country leaders in Brussels.
Saturday’s parliamentary maneuvers follow the statement in an EU summit on Thursday the London and Brussels had come to an arrangement allowing Britain to leave the bloc in the end of the month.