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Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party has won a solid majority of seats in Britain’s Parliament — a decisive outcome to a Brexit-dominated election.
It is 3½ years since Britons voted for an exit and still, the British Parliament has not been able to deliver what the voters decided.
Tuesday, Britain’s opposition lawmakers took government to task on alleged delay in publication of report titled “Russia” on Russian interference in Brexit.
Essay argues beyond political and social complexities of Brexit subsequent instability can be traced to humble realities of referendum question design.
Boris Johnson will have to ask EU to delay Brexit after Parliament blocks vote on Brexit deal. However, the British PM said he won’t negotiate a delay.
“The British Parliament Saturday passed a measure to delay a decision on Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal, dealing a blow to the British leader.”
Britain’s populist conservative leader Boris Johnson’s parliamentary prorogation move over Brexit basically undermines the country’s unparalleled democracy.
This wildly self-indulgent psychedelic protest is the new nadir from Extinction Rebellion. The climate crisis is real – stunts like this can only damage the acceptance of psychedelic medicine as well as the climate crisis.
The UK’s democracy as a whole is being held in the balance and has also been tainted, mostly down to Brexit. Yet even after Brexit, even if the UK ends up remaining in the EU, our democracy is not magically fixed.