The European Parliament deputies have passed their advisory motion on the Brexit talks which they debated this morning, after the speeches of the EU executive chief Jean-Claude Juncker and the Brexit negotiations chief Michel Barnier.
557 MEPs backed the resolution, while 92 voted against and 29 abstained. The parliamentarians had earlier discussed the Status Quo of the negotiations with the United Kingdom after triggering Article 50 to leave the EU.
The resolution recommends that EU leaders s...
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