LONDON (Reuters) - An election before Oct. 31 is now unlikely as opposition parties will vote against or abstain when Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday seeks parliament’s approval for an election in mid October, Sky News cited Plaid Cymru as saying.
“All rebel alliance to vote against or abstain on election in Mon,” Sky News deputy political editor Sam Coates said. “No rebel party will put down no confidence motion on Monday.”
“Pre Oct 31 now unlikely,” Coates said.
Reporting by Costas Pitas and Guy Faulconbridge; editing by Kate Holton