london - The British Government must before negotiations on leaving the EU begin, present his plans for the Brexit to parliament. This is contained in a motion Wednesday by a large majority (448 against 75) was passed in parliament.
The Government accepts the motion. Earlier it was a large majority for the plan that the government has in mind May. It states that the negotiations begin for late March. The government wants the parliament May the outcome of the referendum Brexit and the timetable is then plotted respects.
At the highest British court still plays the matter about whether parliament should give the government officially authorized the provision of the so-called Article 50 that the withdrawal negotiations to start operating. A lower court thought so, but the government-May appealed.