Foreign Affairs
Says he is prepared to go to Court if British Premier tries to suspend Parliament

Former British Prime Minister Sir John Major has told the BBC he is prepared to go to Court in the event the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom tries to suspend Parliament for Brexit to pass without any agreement. Sir John stated that this would be completely unacceptable.

The former Prime Minister had harsh words for the declaration by Boris Johnson, who did not exclude suspeding Parliament.

In a televised debate between the two candidates for leadership of the Conservative Party, Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt argued about a number of issues, ranging from Brexit to the UK’s relations with Donald Trump.

 

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