British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday met with the Opposition Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn one day after MPs rejected the prime minister's plan to fast-track a bill to implement Brexit deal through Parliament.
Johnson told the House of Commons on Wednesday that MPs had "willed the end but not the means" and it was now the European Union's decision on whether to grant an extension beyond Oct. 31.
Corbyn said that MPs must "have the necessary time to improve on treaty.
During Wednesday's PMQ, Prime Minister's Questions, Johnson said it was "remarkable" that MPs backed the Withdrawal Agreement Bill on its first hurdle through the Commons. But he also said that it is a shame the House of Commons did not vote for the timetable for it.