Following the stormy end to last nights Parliamentary session, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has hit back at allegations he is being ‘undemocratic’ by closing Parliament for the Party Conference season and prior to the Queens Speech.
Johnson said the allegations were ‘nonsense’:
‘It is a load of nonsense that I am being undemocratic.’
— Sky News (@SkyNews) September 10, 2019
Meanwhile, far from winding down their plots and schemes, MP’s appear to be ratcheting-up pressure on the Government.
Cross party MPs meeting shortly to discuss next steps how to thwart Number 10 plans
— Laura Kuenssberg (@bbclaurak) September 10, 2019
One would imagine bringing Parliament back from its suspension is probably top on the plotters list of priorities. The legal case against suspension will have its final chance of success on September 17th when the Supreme Court will hear an appeal against the High Court decision which ruled that the suspension by Mr Johnson was legal.