UK government fails to find support for Dec. 12 polls
In another defeat for the prime minister, Britain’s parliament late Monday rejected a government proposal to hold a general election on Dec. 12.
The motion brought to parliament by Prime Minister Boris Johnson needed a two-thirds majority to pass the House of Commons, but it was roundly defeated in a 299-70 vote, with the opposition Labour Party abstaining.
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