london - The British parliament must debate and vote on a final agreement with the European Union on the cancellation of British membership. This has been confirmed by the British minister of the Brexit, David Davis, Monday, according to the BBC.
Davis concurs such concessions with other Conservative party members in the House of Commons who are threatening to be insane if they do not get anything at all about the agreement.
The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has been under pressure in the British House of Representatives for some time, in any case, to 'make a meaningful vote' of what eventually will all be agreed with Brussels. Davis therefore promised Monday to parliamentarians 'that there is only an agreement with the EU if Parliament agrees.'