European parliament endorsed Brexit EU-UK economic agreement


The European Parliament has endorsed the post-Brexit EU-UK economic agreement - a vital move to guarantee that tax and share deregulation proceeds. 

The Trade and Co-activity Agreement (TCA) has been working temporarily since January. MEPs casted a ballot in favor by 660 votes to 5, while 32 declined. 

The UK's main mediator, Lord Frost, said the vote "brings conviction and permits us to zero in on what's to come". 

Leader Boris Johnson discussed a "last advance in a long excursion". 

The economic accord gave "security to our new relationship with the EU as imperative exchanging accomplices, close partners and sovereign equivalents", he said. 

The outcome, declared on Wednesday after a vote late on Tuesday, was additionally invited by European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.

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