The U.K will host a general election in December. This will be the first time since 1923. Yesterday evening, legislators from all parties voted by 438 to 20 to proceed with a national vote on December 12. Improvements to the law, including an alternative Dec. 9 vote date and a decreased voting age of 16. That proposal was first denied. The bill will now move to the House of Lords for additional discussion today. However, this is questionable if it will crash the arrangement made by MPs (Members of Parliament) in the lower chamber.
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Daily Analysis - 30/10/2019