Brexit – Boris Johnson to prorogue Parliament AGAIN on Tuesday in desperate bid to force no deal

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Johnson to prorogue Parliament again on Tuesday


The Supreme Court may have found Johnson guilty of illegally proroguing parliament, but Johnson seems desperate to force a no deal Brexit.

Facing allegations of making personal financial gains from investments made regarding a non deal Brexit, miss use of public funds relating to using tax payers money awarded to a young woman and an accusation of sexual assault, Johnson now faces the possibility of breaking the law again.

He is legally required to request an extension to Brexit, something he is so far refusing to do.

And now, the government has confirmed Johnson’s plan to prorogue parliament again this Tuesday.

Johnson, who was no elected by a public vote, is the most controversial British Prime Minister since Tony Blaire and Margret Thatcher.


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Amira Bakr
Journalist Since: September 2010 Profession: Investigative Journalist Graduated in: 2008 Based in: London, UK Previous professional experience: New York, Moscow, Dubai, Beirut Languages: English, Arabic, Russian, French

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