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EU Parliament's Brexit official cautious on plan
Belgian MEP Guy Verhofstadt said "the first assessment of nearly every member in the Brexit Steering Group was not positive." He said the group would flesh out objections on Thursday.
There's more.
The British government says it will ask Queen Elizabeth II to suspend Parliament for a few days next week ahead of ["]a speech["] laying out the administration's plans. ...The new proposal is likely to be far less controversial. The government wants Parliament to break from Tuesday evening [8 Oct?] until Monday, Oct, 14, when the government will launch a new session and a fresh legislative program with a Queen's Speech [ohhh, "a speech"].

A short suspension of that kind is routine and usually happens about once a year.

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.
by Cat on Wed Oct 2nd, 2019 at 11:15:56 PM EST
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