MPs reject Brexit deal for the second time in the Parliament

British Prime Minister Theresa May in the Parliament

The separation of UK from the European Union also known as Brexit deal has been rejected for the second time in the British Parliament.

The bill was opposed by 391 and approved by 242 MPs today. The majority in British government too opposes the deal due to which it got rejected for the second time.

British Prime Minister Theresa May proposed the deal after the United Kingdom European Union membership referendum on June 23, 2016 under the article 50 and strongly condemned it.

The written agreement of separation consists of 585 pages and covers three important areas including: financial settlement of Britain with EU under the agreed commitments, Post Brexit rights of EU citizens in UK and British citizens on the continent.

And to introduce a new mechanism to control the “hard border” on the island of Ireland. Being the main reason for the delay of agreement. As after the deal, Northern border of Ireland will be shared between Brexit, UK and EU which is not acceptable to many.

It is hoped that the Prime Minister would take another chance before March 29 or will either departure from EU.

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