London: Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn proposed a non-binding distrust motion in Parliament against Prime Minister Teresa May in Britain. Prior to the proposal, the Prime Minister had told the MPs that due to repeated voting in this manner, there will be further delays in the division of their breakage agreement in the new year. May said that the deal will be held in the week starting January 14. The polling scheduled to be held on December 11 between the apprehensions of defeat was postponed.
Labor leader Corbyn said before parliament on Monday, “There is no faith in the House of Prime Minister, failing to allow House of Commons for meaningful voting.” Corbyn said that voting this week To make sure, this was the only way I thought. The government has to agree on this non-binding voting and if it succeeds, it will not be compulsory for me to leave the post.