*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