The UK and the EU had until 1 July 2020 to agree on a possible extension. The European Union and the United Kingdom have approved the Withdrawal Agreement. The British Parliament and the European Parliament have yet to approve the Withdrawal Agreement. He called on the government to withdraw the bill “by the end of the month,” adding that the withdrawal agreement “contains a number of mechanisms and remedies to remedy violations of legal obligations contained in the text – which the European Union will not hesitate to flee.” On 22nd October the British Parliament agreed to review the Brexit legislation. But he decided it needed longer than the British Prime Minister had proposed. This means that a withdrawal with an agreement on the scheduled Brexit date of 31 October is no longer possible. The 599-page Withdrawal Agreement covers the following key areas: The EU27 (EU Member States excluding the UK) notes that sufficient progress has been made in Phase 1. This means that Phase 2 of the negotiations can begin. In Phase 2, the EU and the UK continue to negotiate the Withdrawal Agreement. But they also begin to discuss a transition period and explore their future relationship. On October 22, 2019, the House of Commons voted by 329 votes to 299 to grant the revised Withdrawal Agreement (negotiated by Boris Johnson earlier this month) at second reading, but when the accelerated timetable he proposed did not receive the necessary parliamentary support, Johnson announced that the legislation would be suspended. .