Boris Johnson succeeds in suspending British Parliament, no-deal Brexit now likely
By COLIN BARTLEY
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has succeeded in suspending UK Parliament, making a no-deal Brexit all the more likely.
The Queen acted on the advice on the Prime Minister and signed off suspending parliament in early September, just weeks before the Brexit deadline.
This suspension of parliament for five-weeks cuts down the time MPs in Westminister have available to them to block a no-deal Brexit.
Opponents of leaving the EU without a deal and remainers are coming together to oppose the move.
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