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How opposition parties can engineer a later general election, but get the election called before prorogation of Parliament
Also I can’t understand how the Port of Dover hasn’t got its media lines sorted out. This Bannister interview is a terrible tangle.
I suppose Bloomberg @brexit could be only partially quoting him, but even still it’s really poor.
Also this interview with CEO of Port of Dover even has an implication for Gove’s no one trusts experts line
We’re 100% prepared for we don’t know what, but there will be disruption
What hell is that? I’d hope someone in his position would have more clue https://t.co/qhsr1hW6i6
Anne Twomey, who literally wrote the book on the prerogative, has written an important blog post that cuts through much of the legal machinations:
When is prorogation ‘improper’?
The answer: if the government is seeking to avoid a vote of no confidence
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