Brexit British Supreme Court deems illegal the suspension of Parliament by Boris Johnson.

Brexit: British Supreme Court deems “illegal” the suspension of Parliament by Boris Johnson.

The decision was criticized by critics as a maneuver to get the UK out of the European Union at any cost. The British Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday (24 September) that Prime Minister Boris Johnson was not in his right by suspending Parliament for five weeks ahead of Brexit. The body also decided that Parliament […]

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Supreme Court deems illegal the suspension of Parliament decided by Boris Johnson.

Supreme Court deems “illegal” the suspension of Parliament decided by Boris Johnson.

After three days of debate from Tuesday to Thursday, the Supreme Court, the highest British body, ruled Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament “illegal”. The Prime Minister suspended Parliament for five weeks ahead of Brexit, a decision criticized by his critics as a maneuver to get the UK out of the EU at any cost. Labor […]

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Boris Johnson loses his sixth vote in a row before suspending Parliament

Boris Johnson loses his sixth vote in a row before suspending Parliament

The Prime Minister failed a second time to call early elections before the suspension of Parliament, which he decided until 14 October. Another vote lost and the curtain fell. In one week, Boris Johnson lost six consecutive votes in the House of Commons, a historic record in itself. In fact, for the moment, the Prime […]

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UK Minister of Labor and Pensions Amber Rudd

New resignation in the British government, Boris Johnson weakened

Labor Minister Amber Rudd justified her decision with a disagreement with the Prime Minister’s strategy on Brexit. UK Minister of Labor and Pensions Amber Rudd announced his resignation Saturday night in disagreement with Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s strategy on Brexit. “I can not stay while good, loyal conservative moderate is excluded,” said in a statement […]

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Brexit Boris Johnson loses a crucial vote in Parliament, a new standoff expected Wednesday.

Brexit: Boris Johnson loses a crucial vote in Parliament, a new standoff expected Wednesday.

British MPs voted on Tuesday to regain control of the talks in Parliament. Boris Johnson announced the filing of a motion for early elections. A new standoff is expected Wednesday, September 4 in the British Parliament between Boris Johnson and members who want to prevent a Brexit without agreement. On Tuesday, opposition MPs and rebel […]

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Brexit Queen Elizabeth II gives Boris Johnson permission to suspend Parliament

Brexit: Queen Elizabeth II gives Boris Johnson permission to suspend Parliament

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the suspension of Parliament’s work between the second week of September and 14 October. Thunderclap in the UK. Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday (August 28th) asked Queen Elizabeth II to suspend Parliament for five weeks. The monarch gave his agreement, which is usually a formality, in the afternoon. […]

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Boris Johnson wipes his first electoral setback

Boris Johnson wipes his first electoral setback

The new British Prime Minister Boris Johnson suffered his first setback at the polls in a by-election that reduced his parliamentary majority to just one vote, further complicating his Brexit strategy. The Conservative Party candidate, led by Johnson last week, lost the seat of the Brecon and Radnorshire constituency in West Wales to the Liberal-Democrat […]

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Boris Johnson in Scotland to promote the United Kingdom unity

Boris Johnson in Scotland to promote the United Kingdom unity

Boris Johnson chose Monday Scotland for one of his first trips. A choice that is not trivial because the Scots voted against the Brexit in the referendum of 2016. The Scots, opposed to Brexit Fervent defender of the exit of the EU, Boris Johnson announced that the Brexit would intervene cost-that-costs on October 31st, with […]

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