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UK parliament reconvenes after prorogation ruled unlawful

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UK parliament reconvenes after prorogation ruled unlawful

UK parliament reconvenes after prorogation ruled unlawful

British opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn told Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday that he should first get a delay to Brexit to win backing for a new national election.

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"It's very simple - if you want an election, get an extension and let's have an election," Jeremy Corbyn said.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson returned home from a foreign trip on Wednesday still intent on delivering Brexit on October 31.

Before the suspension, parliament had passed a law requiring Johnson to ask the EU to push back the deadline if no exit deal was agreed by Oct.

19.

Corbyn said he and other opposition legislators would focus on ensuring that Johnson abided by that law.




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