House spokesman John Bercow announced Monday that he will not allow a third vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit treaty. Bercow said in a statement that the government cannot "resubmit the same proposition or substantially the same proposition as last week's rejection with 149 votes".
In order to complete the May Brexit agreement for a third vote, Bercow declared "a demonstrable change".
Ban on yellow jersey
French president Emmanuel Macron, last Monday, banned protesters from the yellow jersey in some areas of Paris. The areas included the Champs Elysees as well as "other city centers that were particularly hard hit by this crisis".
The statement comes after violent protests erupted on Saturday that saw the light of buildings and the destruction of shops. , citing the Paris police, reported that 192 people were arrested while another 60 were injured in the demonstrations, including police officers and firefighters.
He calls for social media platforms to do more to thwart extremist content and have become stronger in the wake of attacks on the Christchurch mosque in New Zealand last week. Facebook said on Monday it had removed 1.5 million copies of the video showing the footage from the platform.
The Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, said he will work with Facebook in an attempt to stop the circulation of the video, adding that "ultimately the responsibility is to be with them"
The European Commission announced on Monday that it will dedicate over 2 billion euros to the development of artificial intelligence services to support the European Innovation Council.
"Global competition is intensifying and Europe must deepen its capacity for innovation and risk-taking in order to compete on a market increasingly defined by new technologies," the European Commission said in a statement.