#BBN: Evening Brexit Update 11-06-19

Evening everyone,

*Geoffrey Cox*, the Attorney General, has said that *suspending Parliament* to allow a no-deal Brexit is “unconstitutional and improper” but *not illegal*, telling this afternoon’s three-hour-long Cabinet meeting that Parliament had previously been prorogued in 1948🗓.

Could it happen once more? 🤔Perhaps so, with candidates for the Conservative party leadership making it pretty clear that October 31 is the last deadline for Britain’s departure from the EU – deal or no-deal.

Yet, a new You Gov poll suggests that 47% 📈of the British public are against dissolving Parliament to force through a no-deal – and 50% think it would be illegitimate altogether.

What remains clear is that “the only choices left to Britain are no deal or no Brexit.”, writes *Andrew Lilico*. He sets out how a new Prime Minister must move the narrative forward – and ensure that by leaving the EU, the UK does “something else!” Read on here: http://bit.ly/2WyKBNg

Written by telegraph.co.uk

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2 Comments

  1. The Brexit party are the victims of fraud, the must prepare for another bye – election or again , democracy
    Will suffer.
    The whole country has been set up for EU handcuffs.

  2. The government have robbed and ignored the tax payers for too long. Poverty, food banks, robbing the pensioners of their pensions, no dentists, people going blind, they are nothing but a bunch of thieves and they should be locked up. Where has all the money gone?

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