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Supreme Court: Where does defeat leave Boris Johnson? - BBC News
In his two months in power, Boris Johnson has lost his first six Commons votes, broken the law by suspending Parliament and misled the monarch.

Even for a politician who seems to enjoy breaking the rules, that is a serious charge that, only two months into office, even the most brazen Johnson backer cannot simply shrug off.
UK  politics  JohnsonBoris  prorogation  SupremeCourt  legal  Parliament  democracy  judiciary  BercowJohn  HaleBrenda  dctagged  dc:creator=KuenssbergLaura 
10 weeks ago by petej
Brexit: Should Theresa May stick with her plan? - BBC News
But one senior MP involved in the process believes the problem is that by suggesting compromise in the Commons in the wake of defeat last week, then telling ministers Plan B is basically Plan A last night, the PM has "burned up the goodwill".
UK  EU  Brexit  politics  MayTheresa  PlanB  backstop  DUP  compromise  intransigence  withdrawalAgreement  dctagged  dc:creator=KuenssbergLaura 
january 2019 by petej

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