Brexit, Parliament does not surrender Corbyn and the rebels: we will stop Boris

Fri, 30 Aug 2019 10:03:44 +0200

In 1993 John Major, conservative prime minister, called the internal opposition - with microphones turned off, he thought, but it was recorded - like the bastard wing. Other times: now Boris Johnson not only has the problem of conservative Remainers who do not want Brexit and those favorable to Brexit but who absolutely want an agreement with Brussels and would block a no deal. Johnson - King Boris as they call him from the day before yesterday, after he actually closed the parliament - in addition to the old-fashioned bastards and the resignation in protest of the party leader in Scotland Ruth Davidson and George Young in the House of Lords, he must also to address an indecipherable Parliament. And divided into eight tribes, so the London newspapers call them, while we Italians used to these things call them from a current life. Tuesday the parliament will open after the summer break and, before being closed by Johnson between 11 and 13 September, to reopen then a month later, could have enough time to discourage the government.