It’s getting hot for Brexit and no Brexit debates in the United Kingdom (UK).
The battle pits Labour (led by Corbyn) and Conservative (led by Boris Johnson) parties.
Britain’s Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled “unlawful” a decision by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to suspend parliament in the run-up to Brexit, saying it was “void and of no effect”.
“The court is bound to conclude… that the decision to advise Her Majesty to prorogue parliament was unlawful,” Supreme Court head Brenda Hale said in the ruling.
The opposition and labour leader Jeremy Corbyn didn’t spare a thought on what he thinks Boris should do. ‘The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, should resign’, he tweeted along with the below video.
The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, should resign. pic.twitter.com/HjIXE95UnO
— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) September 24, 2019
Where do the parties stand on Brexit?
Labour favours another public vote on Brexit.
If the party wins an election, Jeremy Corbyn says he will hold a referendum that offers a “credible” Leave option and Remain.
Under its Leave option, Labour says the UK will remain in a EU customs union and have a “close” single market relationship.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he wants to leave the EU on 31 October “do or die”. He says he wants to leave with a deal, but is willing to exit without one to deliver Brexit by the current deadline
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