The Post Brexit deal between Brussels and London passed into UK law, on the eve of the deadline.
To continue the relations with UK after the Brexit, British prime minister Boris Johnson had signed a trade deal with EU on wednesday. The deal has been now passed as law in UK after a 14 hours parliamentary session. This incident has now redrawn the relationship between Brussels and London.
The bill passed with a comfotable majority, 521 votes to 73 out of required 448 votes, following accelerated sittings in both Houses of Parliament. The deal, finalized last week, marks a significant milestone more than four years after the British people voted to leave the European Union and after months of fraught negotiations.
UK Primeminister Boris Johnson Says , “The destiny of this great country now resides firmly in our hands. We take on this duty with a sense of purpose and with the interests of the British public at the heart of everything we do.
“11pm on 31 December marks a new beginning in our country’s history and a new relationship with the EU as their biggest ally. This moment is finally upon us and now is the time to seize it.”
The deal with Brussels seeks out a new business and security relationship of the UK with Brussels. Main opposition labour party says deal is "thin" but they have to agree because alternative is more devastating. Scotish National Party and Democratic Unionist Party.voted against the bill.
People from British Overseas territories in the carribean have expressed dissatisfaction about the deal as they never get to choose their fate about EU but the deal will still affect them, one way or other.