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UK Prime Minister Johnson urges opposition to go for ‘no-confidence’

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On Wednesday, the UK parliament had reconvened and started attacking the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson after the supreme court had ruled the suspension as ‘unlawful’. Johnson who had advised the queen to suspend the parliament till October 14th. This had seen the MPs return to the parliament.

Johnson, who had returned to the UK after attending the United Nations had made a statement to the House of Commons. He had urged the members to go for a ‘no-confidence’ motion.

In his statement, he had made it clear the citizen had given their demands regarding Brexit in the first referendum. The prime minister had shunned the idea of the second referendum which had been proposed during the Labour Party conference in Brighton.

As per the Brexit issue going one, the failure to finalise if a deal is needed or would they decide to leave the European Union. The UK Parliament had forged a bill to ensure that the government would seek an extension from the European Union if a deal is not finalised.

The Prime minister had accepted the verdict but said he did not agree with the opinion of the courts. According to a report in France 24, the Prime Minister said that the parliament ” was gridlocked, paralysed and refusing to deliver on the priorities of the people.”

The European Union would be watching the developments closely to see the potential opportunity to bring the Prime Minister to a deal before the deadline of Brexit.

In the parliament, we saw the Prime Minister charge an attack against the opposition asking it either to step aside and let the government work to get the Brexit done or to table a motion of no-confidence against the government.

It has been a tough time for the government since it has managed to lose six votes in the Parliament early in its Premiership. The verdict of the Supreme Court also was a blow to the plans of the Prime Minister.

(Inputs from Agencies)

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