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The approval of the Lower House comes after three and a half years of negotiations to finalize the departure of Britain from the European Union (EU), after the referendum.
The U.K. parliamentary election on Dec.12 was a disaster for the working class, oppressed communities and minorities. Tragically, Labour lost 60 seats and the Conservatives ended up with a majority of 80 seats, marking a clear path for Brexit.
“We will release the country from the stranglehold of indecision, restoring confidence to people and businesses," the PM promised.
The treaty between the United Kingdom and the United States bans extradition for political offenses.
The new legislation will bar national bodies and universities from endorsing a movement meant to fight human rights violations against the Palestinians.
Johnson welcomed Monday 109 new Conservative lawmakers to parliament and promised the Brexit will be done soon.
"It is time now to decide our own future,” First Minister Nicola Sturgeon stressed.
Johnson's Conservatives increased their share of the vote to 43.6 percent, their highest since Thatcher's first election victory in 1979, and higher than Blair's in any of his three election wins.
Voters seem to have decided to give the Conservatives the option of taking the United Kingdom out of Europe.