Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ The British House of Commons Friday is considering some of the agreements that Prime Minister May’s government has concluded with the European Union on the British departure from the union. The Conservative party chairman Andrea Leadsom said that the basic agreement on how London withdraws from the union (the withdrawal agreement) will be on the table for a vote on Friday. May asks the House of Commons to agree with this part. The political statement about how ‘divorce’ should ultimately take shape is not on the agenda on Friday. Lower House speaker, John Bercow agrees with the course of events. More than a week ago, he blocked the mood over the entire Brexit deal because May had not added anything new to the deals that had already been voted out twice. According to Bercow, a substantially different package is now being offered and it can be voted on.