After voting on the third vote and the approval of the Cooper-Letwin Act at third reading by 313-312, May and her cabinet considered the possibility of bringing the withdrawal agreement back to Parliament for a fourth vote.  In mid-May, May said she would present the withdrawal agreement to Parliament in the first week of June.  Due to massive opposition to the new agreement, May postponed publication from 24 May to 4 June and subsequently resigned as Prime Minister.  Section 13 of the 2018 Act required the government to submit a request for neutralization in response to the Prime Minister`s written statements of 21-24 January out of his “Plan B”. In accordance with the “three-day amendment” to Dominic Grieve`s parliamentary calendar, this application was filed on 21 January (three days of session after the rejection of the draft withdrawal agreement by MEPs) and put to a vote on 29 January 2019. It was passed in the form of a resolution that the House of Commons had “thought about” the Prime Minister`s statements. This neutral proposal was amended and, prior to the vote on the main motion, the House of Commons voted on seven amendments proposed by Members and chosen by the spokesperson.  In accordance with the motion of 27 February, the defeat of the second significant vote means that the government must immediately submit a request to withdraw from the European Union without a withdrawal agreement. The request, which blocked a Brexit without a deal, was made on 13 March.
  Two amendments to the proposal were put to a vote: the first, tabled by Caroline Spelman and which in no way categorically rejected the non-deal, was adopted in 312-308; The second, the “Malthouse Compromise,” which supported the so-called “Non-Deal-Managed Brexit,” failed 164-374. On the morning of December 13, 2017, Davis issued a written statement saying: “In the United Kingdom, the government has committed to holding a vote on the final agreement in Parliament as soon as possible after the negotiations have concluded. This vote will take the form of a resolution in both houses of Parliament and will cover both the withdrawal agreement and the terms of our future relations. »  6. The border between eastern sovereignty and the territories of the Republic of Cyprus, in which the Government of the Republic of Cyprus does not exercise effective control, is dealt with, during the suspension of the application of the acquis in accordance with Article 1 of Protocol 10, as part of the external borders of the sovereign base territories covered by this article. This limit can only be crossed at the Strovilia and Pergamos crossing points. With prior agreement and cooperation with the United Kingdom authorities, the Republic of Cyprus can take further measures to combat illegal immigration against people who have crossed the border. obligations arising from Member States acting on their behalf by the Union or Member States acting jointly, as they relate to trade in goods between the EU and third countries.