Ahead of a plausible tyrannical attempt of UK’s new leader Boris Johnson aimed at preventing further delay to a Brexit, UK lawmakers had been preparing legal actions, UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said over the weekend.
In fact, while UK’s Labour says no to election unless Johnson abides by law to block a no-deal Brexit, PM Johnson’s spokesman said on Monday, the 9th of September 2019, that, the UK House of Commons would be suspended until mid-October in a bid to avert parliamentary haggles over a no-deal Brexit, as clocks were ticking down to a disorderly Brexit deadline by October 31st.
Nonetheless, latest decision of UK’s new leader, Boris Johnson, which was widely contemplated as an act of monocracy, was brought in to light a couple of days after UK parliament’s upper chamber, the House of Lords, had passed a bill on last Friday (September 6th) to force Johnson to seek for an extension of Brexit deadline from European Union up to January 31st.
Queen Elizabeth was expected to sign the law later on Monday (September 9th), which might have prompted PM Johnson to suspend all activities on the lower house of British Parliament, the House of Commons until October, suggested analysts.
Meanwhile, amid such a garrulous Brexit backdrop, opposition Labour Party leader Corbyn had confirmed that a perspicacious bunch of UK lawmakers had been preparing legal actions, as Johnson had no intention to seek for an extension, while Britain’s new leader would rather die in a ditch than delay a Brexit, added Labour Party’s Corbyn.
More importantly, British media had reported over the weekend that PM Johnson had been preparing to disobey parliament’s order to request an extension of the Brexit deadline.