Britain's upper house gave final approval to a law that would force Boris Johnson to to delay Brexit
Britain's upper house gave clearance and forced Boris Johnson to delay Brexit. Johnson received a setback when London's High Court rejected a legal challenge. This was against his decision to suspend parliament from next week. Johnson is rigid and said that he would not seek a third Brexit delay this year. Johnson won't manage to strike a divorce agreement with the EU next month. Boris Johnson sacked 21 Conservative rebels.