Parliament must be bypassed by the next Prime Minister:

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Parliament must be bypassed by the next Prime Minister:
« on: May 30, 2019, 09:08:29 PM »
Parliament must be bypassed by the next Prime Minister:
This is a possible pathway to no-deal Brexit, described by The Guardian:
"Bercow staying on as Speaker 'may not be enough to stop no-deal':
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/may/29/john-bercow-should-go-as-speaker-over-cox-bullying-inquiry-says-maria-miller?CMP=share_btn_link
Today's star story, which reveals the path to no-deal Brexit, expertly laid-out for us by The Guardian:
"On the suggestion that MPs could force a no-confidence vote in the government, he said a new Conservative prime minister could “avoid losing power after vote of no confidence by keeping negotiations going until EU Council on 17-18 October then prorogue parliament until 4 November”.
His comments reflect alarm among many MPs campaigning against a no-deal Brexit that a Eurosceptic prime minister could try to force the UK to leave without a deal regardless of parliament’s wishes."
Well done Comrades!  This is the path to our national liberation;  and, we will be following it!"
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Proroguing parliament is something that should have been done long ago:  Before March 29th.  Then, we would have left.  But Teresa May lacked the courage to do it, or to keep her promise.
Warwick.
PS:
I assure you that nobody will be forgetting John Bercow, and his actions in parliament.  Or Dominic Grieve, or Yvette Cooper or Anna Soubry.  Their names will be mud amongst patriotic Britons for the remainder of their lives.




 
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