Accused of rape, MP gives up sitting in the United Kingdom Parliament

United Kingdom: Accused of Rape, MP Gives up Sitting in Parliament

UNITED KINGDOM: The man, an MP in Parliament was released on bail after his arrest in early August  A British Conservative MP arrested in early August on rape charges has agreed not to sit in Parliament while the investigation is taking place, the Speaker of the House of Commons said on Tuesday. This deputy and former member of the government, […]

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Brexit looks like it will not happen on the 31st October

Brexit Should Not Take Place on 31st October, the EU will Debate an Umpteenth Report

New snub for Boris Johnson: the House of Commons on Tuesday approved the new divorce Brexit agreement with the EU, but demanded a longer period to consider it. Double slice vote in the House of Commons. British MPs approved Tuesday 22nd October 2019 in principle, by 329 votes to 299, the new Brexit agreement concluded by their Prime Minister […]

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the House of Commons during a debate on Brexit on 19 October 2019 in London.

Brexit: Boris Johnson Prevented from Getting Agreement with EU

The government’s motion on the UK’s Brexit agreement from the European Union will not be considered this Monday 21st October 2019 in the House of Commons. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was denied Monday 21st October 2019 a vote of the Parliament on the Brexit agreement won last week in Brussels, prolonging the confusion to ten days of the […]

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The European and British flags float in front of Westminster Palace on October 17, 2019.

Brexit: Historic Vote in the British Parliament

The British Parliament meets on Saturday 19th October 2019 to decide on the Brexit agreement between London and Brussels. This is a historic vote with a very uncertain outcome. The British Parliament meets on Saturday 19th October 2019 to decide on the Brexit agreement between London and Brussels, just 12 days before the planned exit from the European Union. […]

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Two assistants manipulate Banksy's "Devolved Parliament" canvas on 27 September 2019 in London.

Banksy Monkey Parliament Awarded 11.1 Million Euros, a Record for the Artist

The previous record for a work of Banksy, whose true identity remains a mystery, was 1.7 million euros), in 2008 in New York. In the midst of the debate over Brexit, a painting by street artist Banksy representing the British Parliament peopled with monkeys was awarded 9.9 million pounds (11.1 million euros) Thursday 3rd October 2019 in London, a record […]

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Brexit: Boris Johnson wants to suspend Parliament from October 8 to 14

Brexit: Boris Johnson Wants to Suspend Parliament from October 8th to 14th

BREAKING NEWS: British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson wants to suspend Parliament as it is tradition before a general policy speech read by Queen Elizabeth II British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants to suspend Parliament for a few days from Tuesday, as is traditional before a policy speech read by Queen Elizabeth II, scheduled for October 14th, announced Wednesday. […]

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United Kingdom: tense parliamentary return after Boris Johnson's judicial defeat

United Kingdom: Tense Return of Parliament after Boris Johnson’s Judicial Defeat

In the wake of the judgment of the Supreme Court, which ruled the suspension of the Parliament to be illegal, work resumes on Wednesday 25th September 2019. British MPs make their return Wednesday 25th September 2019 the day after the landmark judgment of the Supreme Court, which ruled ” illegal ” the controversial decision of Prime Minister Boris Johnson […]

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Brexit: Supreme Court finds suspension of UK Parliament illegal

Brexit: Supreme Court Finds Suspension of UK Parliament Illegal

The Supreme Court on 24th September 2019 inflicted a major defeat Boris Johnson who had decided to suspend the Parliament face the failure of discussions on Brexit. The British Supreme Court unanimously ruled Tuesday 24th September 2019 the suspension of Parliament decided by Boris Johnson and estimated that he had to sit again “as soon as possible”, […]

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Brexit: MPs reject elections again, Parliament suspended for three weeks

Brexit: MPs Reject Elections Again, Parliament Suspended for Three Weeks

New failure for Boris Johnson Monday 9th September before the suspension of Parliament as he wished. The Prime Minister categorically refuses a new postponement of Brexit. The British MP’s once again Monday 9th September 2019 inflicted a snub to Prime Minister Boris Johnson refusing once again to trigger early elections. Parliament is now suspended until the 14th October, just two weeks before the planned Brexit […]

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Boris Johnson loses absolute majority in Parliament over Brexit

Brexit: Boris Johnson Loses Absolute Majority in Parliament after Defection of MP

UNITED KINGDOM: Conservative MP Phillip Lee joins the Pro Europe Liberal Democrats Party, leaving Boris Johnson without a Majority in the British Parliament British Prime Minister Boris Johnson lost on Tuesday his absolute majority in Parliament, which was only one vote, after the defection of Conservative MP Phillip Lee, who joined the pro-Europe Liberal Democrats Party. “The Conservative government […]

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