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Corbyn calls on Johnson to apologise to Queen and country - Guardian
Jeremy Corbyn has called for Boris Johnson to apologise to the Queen and the country for unlawfully suspending parliament to stop scrutiny of his Brexit strategy.

The Labour leader said the prime minister had abused the powers he has of the use of the royal prerogative and this was a very, very serious matter.

Speaking on the BBC Today programme, Corbyn said it should have been obvious that it was a "pretty risky" decision to suspend parliament and reiterated his call for Johnson to resign.

"I think he should apologise to her [the Queen] for the advice he gave her and more importantly he should apologise to the British people for what he has done in trying to shut down our democracy at a crucial time when people are worried about what will happen on 31 October," he said.

Of course, De Pfeffle does never never apologize.
by Bernard on Wed Sep 25th, 2019 at 12:39:27 PM EST
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