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Her Majesty The Queen recently approved a request from Boris Johnson’s Government to shut down Parliament. This move would likely restrict MPs wishing to block a no-deal Brexit.

Approved at Balmoral, the approved order states that parliament will be suspended no earlier than Monday 9th September and no later than Thursday 12th September – until the 14th October.

We’d be interested to hear your views on this matter and would encourage you to vote in favour or against the decision and share your thoughts, opinions and comments below.

Knight Knox – MPU

To Prorogue or Not to Prorogue Live

  • In Favour
    58% 163 / 281
  • Against
    41% 118 / 281
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    3 Comments

    1. For hundreds of years we have lived in a parliamentary democracy where we have relied on our elected representatives to debate and arrive at decisions in the common good. Now, because Boris doesn’t want to submit his plans and ideas to this scrutiny, he is looking for snide and shady back door ways of avoiding it. He should be ashamed. It is too important to play games with!

      1. For hundreds of years we have lived in a parliamentary democracy where we have relied on our elected representatives to debate and arrive at decisions in the common good. Three years ago, for electoral advantage they delegates that responsibility to the electorate in a rare referendum. Unfortunately for the PM he did not get the answer he wanted and resigned. The MPs who had sanctioned the vote were also shocked but believed that if they promised to implement the referendum choice, whilst secretly hoping to avoid doing so, they could escape the consequence of delegating a decision to the people. They nearly managed to do so, but finally a People’s Champion has arisen like a wartime Churchill, prepared to hold MPs feet to the fire and force them to make good on promises given nearly three years ago. Hurrah for Boris. Cometh the hour, cometh the man.

      2. For three years politicians have been trying to sort out brexit based on a referendum that should never have been as there were no solid facts relating to the outcome. Leaving the EU should not be their main focus right now as there are far more important issues at hand that need to be addressed immediately namely the environmental crisis that makes brexit a drop in the sea.

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