PARLIAMENT will be prorogued days after MPs return to work next month, giving those who oppose a no-deal Brexit only a few days to take the necessary steps to prevent it.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said a Queen’s Speech would take place on 14 October to outline his ‘very exciting agenda’.
“We're not going to wait until October 31 before getting on with our plans"
Boris Johnson says the move to suspend Parliament will still provide “ample time… for MPs to debate the EU, to debate #Brexit and all the other issues”https://t.co/rchrc3fO2Y pic.twitter.com/puIiUHAz1U
— BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) August 28, 2019