A majority of MPs in the British parliament voted in favor of Boris Johnson's Withdrawal Agreement, which would see the U.K leave the European Union by January 31. The bill is a modified version of the one that PM Boris Johnson presented to parliament before he called an election. One key difference is the removal of a clause that would have strengthened workers rights.
What's next? Now, the real work starts for Johnson, who has just 11 months to negotiate a new trade deal with the EU. Some critics claim that the time frame is too small to ink a fair agreement.