MPs in Britain will be called to Parliament for a special sitting for the future of Brexit. BBC reports, Parliament will meet on 19 October after a crunch EU summit.
The parliamentary session will take place the day after the crucial two-day summit of the European Council ends in Brussels.
By the day, MPs will have a clear picture of the European Union’s response to the Brexit deal brokered by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
According to media reports, Cabinet ministers are privately concerned at suggestions the prime minister may try to circumvent the Benn act which is aimed at forcing him to request a Brexit delay if he fails to reach a deal.