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Boris Johnson's plan to suspend parliament branded 'constitutional outrage' by John Bercow

Independent Wednesday, 28 August 2019
John Bercow has branded Boris Johnson's plan to suspend parliament in September ahead of a Queen's speech the following month a "constitutional outrage".
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