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House of Commons: Boris Presents Brexit to MPs

Parliament Resumes After Shutdown – Boris guilty – fury anger

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Parliament Resumes After Shutdown. Prime Minister delivered his speech. He repeats that the ruling was wrong!

From the moment the Prime Minister stood up to deliver his statement there was anger.  In extraordinary scenes, Tory MPs applauded as he goaded Jeremy Corbyn over his refusal to back an election.

Mr Corbyn told the PM he was “not fit for office” and should have resigned after the Supreme Court’s verdict.  Labour leader said he would be happy to have an election but not until there was an extension to Brexit.

Boris Johnson urged smaller parties to table a vote of no confidence in his government to trigger a general election.  Will they support him?

Boris Johnson found guilty of unlawfully suspending parliament.  Now he faces a Chamber full of MPs who can’t wait to tackle and attack.  They want him to resign as well as apologise.

Prime Minister is flew back early from a UN summit in New York.  Boris said he “profoundly disagreed” with Tuesday’s landmark ruling but he would respect it.

What is your reaction to the PM?  Are the MPs doing their job?


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