Boris only needs 1 of the following 3 : a motion for a general election, a one-line bill, or a motion of no-confidence.
At the moment, there lies a stalemate as Brussells have said that they do not expect to have an answer on the Brexit extension until Tuesday. So Monday’s session could be met with one of two outcomes…
The last time the British Parliament sat in the House of Commons on a Saturday was 37 years ago during the Falklands War. Boris Johnson needed to convince members of the opposition to vote in favour of his deal. But how did it go?
What is the EU saying?… When asked about why he believes that negotiations will run-up to the very end of the deadline Josep Borrell had this to say: “Because in the European Union that’s the rule, the decision came in the last last minute”
Boris tried to force the EU to choose, the Northern Irish people and all those affected by Brexit or their word.
Did Boris Johnson have a stroke of Genius or did he just gamble with the UK’s future in a high stakes game?