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Former Prime Minister Sir John Major to take Boris Johnson to court over Queen's Speech

A former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom is taking a current Prime Minister of the United Kingdom to court in an unprecedented move. Sir John Major, Conservative PM from 1990 – 1997, has announced that he is taking Boris Johnson and the government to court over their decision to prorogue Parliament. In a statement, Sir John said: “I promised that, if the Prime Minister prorogued…
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State & Ceremonial

Jeremy Corbyn, Jo Swinson & Anna Soubry demand a meeting with The Queen at Balmoral

The leaders of political parties in Westminster have written to The Queen demanding a meeting over the decision to prorogue Parliament. In a letter to the monarch, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said: “There is a danger that the royal prerogative is being set directly against the wishes of a majority in the House of Commons.” He ended his letter asking for a meeting with Her Majesty…
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State & Ceremonial

Jeremy Corbyn calls on The Queen to overrule the Prime Minister

The Leader of Her Majesty’s Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, has written to The Queen expressing his concern over the planned prorogation of Parliament. Mr Corbyn, who is leader of the Labour Party, has also requested a meeting with the monarch. In his letter to The Queen, Mr Corbyn said: “There is a danger that the royal prerogative is being set directly against the wishes of a majority in…
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The Yorks

Prince Andrew urged to 'come clean'

In yet another significant twist in the Jeffrey Epstein case, one accuser has urged the Duke of York to ‘come clean’. Virginia Giuffre made the comments after a court hearing on Tuesday after previously accusing Epstein of sex abuse and alleged that as a 17-year-old, she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew. Speaking to reporters, Ms Giuffre said 59-year-old Prince…
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