UK Parliament Suspension Sparks Furious Backlash

The prime minister’s decision to suspend Parliament has prompted an angry backlash from MPs and opponents of a no-deal Brexit.

It sparked protests across the country, a legal challenge and a petition with more than a million signatures.

The government said the five-week suspension in September and October will still allow time to debate Brexit.

But critics said it was an “undemocratic” attempt to stop MPs from blocking no deal.

Cabinet minister Michael Gove told the suspension, which was approved by the Queen on Wednesday, was “certainly not” a political move to obstruct

Richard Haruna

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