Boris hits back at Remain MPs calling him un-democratic over parliament suspension

Boris Johnson calls Remain MPs undemocratic in 'People's PMQs'
calls Remain MPs undemocratic in ‘People’s PMQs’ (Picture: Number 10)

The prime minister has hit back at opposition MPs – together with ousted rebels in his personal social gathering – by calling them undemocratic for refusing a normal election.

On the day his choice to droop parliament was dominated illegal by Scottish judges, Boris Johnson tried to deflect the warmth by concentrating on Remainers.

During what Downing Street dubbed a ‘People’s PMQs’ dwell Q&A on Facebook, Mr Johnson took a grilling from the general public.

One query that had been despatched in requested if he was un-democratic for shutting down parliament for 5 weeks and primarily taking away MPs possibilities of blocking a no-deal earlier than 31 October.

Told by the member of the general public that he was the chief of an authoritarian regime, the PM fired back: ‘I must respectfully disagree with you in your characterisation of this Government.’

Mr Johnson mentioned: ‘Yes, in fact, if opposition members of Parliament disagree with our strategy, then it’s all the time open to them to take up the provide I made twice now, twice, that we should always have an election.



‘There is nothing more democratic in this country than a general election. We will get on and we will come out of the EU on 31 October.’

SNP MP Joanna cherry (right), alongside Jo Maugham QC, with campaigners outside Court of Session in Edinburgh, after the legal bid to challenge the suspension of parliament has succeeded and ruled Prime Minister Boris Johnson's prorogation unlawful. PA Photo. Picture date: Wednesday September 11, 2019. See PA story LEGAL Brexit. Photo credit should read: Lucinda Cameron/PA Wire
SNP MP Joanna cherry (proper), alongside Jo Maugham QC, with campaigners exterior the Court of Session in Edinburgh after the authorized bid to problem the suspension of parliament succeeded (Picture: PA)

MPs who efficiently introduced the authorized problem of the prorogue to the best courtroom in Edinburgh yesterday warned they’ll now take it to the Supreme Court in London for a ‘major showdown’ on Tuesday.

The prime minister was accused of bringing the Queen right into a constitutional disaster after from Tory Attorney General Dominic Grieve mentioned the monarch was ‘misled’.

He known as for Mr Johnson to be sacked instantly whether it is discovered he lied to the Queen over the explanations for suspending parliament.

The authorities has mentioned it is going to enchantment towards the ruling by judges in Scotland.

Downing Street denied that the PM had misled the Queen, with a spokesman saying: ‘I think I am fairly clear that the reasons for prorogation have been consistent throughout.’

Number 10 sources insisted parliament will keep prorogued till the Supreme Court guidelines subsequent week and advised one other Royal Proclamation will probably be wanted for MPs to begin sitting once more earlier than the presently slated date of 14 October.



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