Boris Gets Brexit Done

BORIS Johnson this morning reintroduced his Brexit Bill as he had previously promised in the Conservatives manifesto.

There are no amendments at second reading so there will be one straight vote later.

The Prime Minister told U.K. Parliament - “Now is the time to discard the old labels of Leave and Remain.”

“The Withdrawal Bill is a chance for this new parliament to come together and end the deadlock over Brexit.”

Boris used Charlie Brown, Romeo and Juliet as Brexit analogies and likened the Brexit delays to “the pain of Prometheus having his liver pecked out by an eagle on a daily basis.”

Jeremy Corbyn confirmed that Labour will vote against Brexit bill saying it was still “a terrible bill” and “a battering ram for deregulation.”