Johnson will try again to send the British Parliament to an early election

The British government on Monday for the second time will invite the parliament to vote for early parliamentary elections.

It is reported by The Guardian, citing leader of the Jones party in the House of Commons, Jacob Rhys-Mogh.

"The leader in the House of Commons, Jacob Rhys-Mogh, has just informed the MPs that on Monday the government (Great Britain – eds.) Will propose a second vote on early parliamentary elections," the statement said.

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Earlier, the House of Commons in the UK on Thursday night did not support the holding of early elections on October 15.

In addition, the House of Commons approved a bill obliging the British government not to implement the "hard" Brexit on October 31, and at the same time further delay the country's exit from the EU. Now this bill should be considered by the House of Lords.

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