The BRITISH Parliament passes a law obliging the UK government to request a delay to Brexit if there is no agreement with the EU by 19 October 2019. Parliament`s plenary vote took place after the completion of the ratification process in the United Kingdom and the positive recommendation of the Committee on Constitutional Affairs. The second part of the Withdrawal Agreement protects EU citizens in the UK and UK citizens in other EU countries, as well as their families. According to its provisions, all social security rights under EU law are respected and citizens` rights are guaranteed throughout their lives, and the relevant administrative procedures must be transparent, fluid and streamlined. The implementation and enforcement of these conditions will be monitored by an independent authority, which will have powers equivalent to those of the European Commission. The UK Parliament decides that a further extension of the Brexit date is necessary as it wants to review the relevant legislation before voting on the Withdrawal Agreement. The British government then called on the EU to postpone the Brexit date to 31 January 2020. In accordance with Rule 50, the withdrawing Member State shall not take part in the votes on its withdrawal. Therefore, the United Kingdom will not participate in the Council`s vote on VA. .