This will increase the chances of British deputies elected in European elections to take seats in the European Parliament.
At a government meeting, the ministers agreed to continue negotiations with the opposition Labor Party on ways to adopt an exit agreement by parliament, agreed by Prime Minister Teresa May with the EU.
According to the spokesperson, May, the ministers agreed to approve any plan for exit before the summer break in parliament, which usually begins in late July.
"She (May, – Ed.) Is working to reach an agreement as soon as possible," he said.
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The press service of the Prime Minister also clarified that if the deputies of the European Parliament are elected and the British Parliament does not approve the exit bill until June 30, which received royal approval, "they will take their seats."
The UK will take part in the European Parliament elections on May 23, 2019.