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UK PM Johnson's parliament suspension plan a 'constitutional outrage': speaker

Reuters Wednesday, 28 August 2019
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plan to extend the period during which parliament does not normally sit is a "constitutional outrage" designed to stop lawmakers debating Brexit, speaker of the lower house John Bercow was quoted as saying by the BBC.
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Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says accusations that parliament suspension is a constitutional outrage are "nonsense" and the move is "lawful and proper".

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