Boris Johnson warns of snap polls after setback to no-deal Brexit plan
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson threatened of snap polls after suffering a humiliating defeat in his first House of Commons vote as prime minister. Johnson lost the vote by 328 to 301, a big majority of 27 for the rebels. Johnson remained defiant & warned that the country will have to decide who goes to Brussels to negotiate the Brexit deal. He said that Wednesday’s deal would hand over control of negotiations to the EU. Labour party leader Corbyn said there was no consent to leave EU without a deal.