Current polls suggest that Theresa May would be returned to power with a significantly increased majority.
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday rejected about an early general election despite a decision of the High Court that the Parliament will vote on whether to initiate the process Brexit.
Like the majority restricted to the House of Commons and most MPs who supported Remain, the court decision presents a new obstacle to the Prime Minister – that would be far from certain to get through Article 50, the report independent online.
However, asked about the possibility of an early election to strengthen the most conservative, the official spokesman for the Prime Minister said: “No. Our position is clear: there should be no elections before 2020 – and this remains the view of the Prime Minister.
Current polls suggest that may be returned to the office with a substantially greater increase as flounders work on some of the lowest ratings of the vote in the recent history.
The refusal to support a contest soon comes despite Brexit secretary David Davis warned that the government would need to adopt a bill through both the House of Commons and House of Lords – both of which are expected to have a majority remaining.
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“The judges stated that we can not do and not just what we can do, but we assume it takes an act of Parliament, thus both the Commons and the Lords,” said Davis Independent saying Thursday .
Although there were few open calls for an early election of politicians, a number said they believed the decision brought a step closer.
The court’s decision was rendered on a landmark case brought by businesswoman Gina Miller who sought to block the prime minister to formally enact the withdrawal of Britain from the European Union without first submit it to a parliamentary vote.