MPs have engaged in angry exchanges over the government’s unlawful decision to suspend Parliament – but where do the rowdy scenes and angry exchanges in the Commons leave us? MPs have returned to work after the Supreme Court ruled that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament for five weeks was unlawful. Boris Johnson […]
Parliament is sitting again – against the will of the government – after the Supreme Court ruled that Boris Johnson’s attempt to suspend parliament was unlawful. The Speaker said that the prorogation would be expunged from the record, and instead it would be recorded that the House had been adjourned.
There has been remarkably little media commentary on the effect of the UK leaving the EU Common Foreign Policy, even though this is a major aim of Johnson, Gove and the Tory Brexiteers. The media appear not to have noticed the existence of the Common Foreign Policy. We saw perhaps the first public glimpse of […]