November 24, 2020

Boris Johnson loses parliamentary majority

LONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson lost his working parliamentary greater part in front of an essential Brexit vote on Tuesday after Conservative Parliamentarian Phillip Lee surrendered to the ace EU Liberal Democrats.

“The Liberal Democrats are pleased to declare that Bracknell MP Phillip Lee hosts combined the get,” the Lib Dems said in an announcement.

Johnson supported for a standoff in parliament on Tuesday over his Brexit plan in a vote that could crash Britain’s exit from the European Union one month from now.

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Individuals from Johnson’s very own Tory party, including Lee, have worked with resistance officials to draft a bill to compel him to postpone Brexit on the off chance that he can’t concur separation terms with the EU in time.

Johnson has cautioned he will avoid any Tory parliamentarians who bolster the bill from representing the gathering in any forthcoming decision, which is looking progressively likely.

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“This Conservative government is forcefully seeking after a harming Brexit in deceitful ways,” said Lee.

“It is utilizing political control, tormenting and lies. Furthermore, it is doing these things in a conscious and thought about way,” he included.

Liberal Democrat pioneer Jo Swinson said she was “charmed” by the deserting.

“He shares our duty to counteract a shocking No Deal Brexit, and to stop Brexit out and out,” she said.

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