State & Ceremonial

The Queen appoints Nigerian born engineer as the new Serjeant at Arms in the House of Commons

The Queen has been pleased to approve the appointment ofUgbana Oyet as Serjeant at Arms in the House of Commons. Mr Oyetreplaces Kamal El-Hajji who retired in July after three and a half years in the post. Speaker John Bercow announced the appointment during Tuesday’s sitting in the Commons. MrOyet becomes Serjeant after serving as Parliament’s Principal Electrical…
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Dame Margaret Beckett 'looking likely' to be appointed as The Queen's 15th Prime Minister

Senior backbench MP Dame Margaret Beckett is emerging as the favourite candidate to oust Boris Johnson from Downing Street and become a Prime Minister of national unity. Dame Margaret, who was first elected as a Labour MP in 1974, is the preferred candidate to form a government of national unity according to opposition sources speaking to ITV. The plan to back Dame Margaret to Number 10…
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Supreme Court to rule whether the The Queen acted upon unlawful advice next week

The Supreme Court is expected to announce their verdict over whether Boris Johnson misled The Queen early next week. On Thursday, the three-day court hearing came to an end in the United Kingdom’s Supreme Court – the highest court in the land. President of the court, Lady Hale, promised to deliver a verdict as quickly as “humanly possible”. Shortly before…
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Former Attorney General: Boris Johnson must resign if he has misled The Queen

The United Kingdom’s former Attorney General has said the Prime Minister must resign if he has misled The Queen over prorogation. Speaking to BBC News, Dominic Grieve QC said: “If Boris Johnson has misdirected Her Majesty the Queen, it would be a shameful act and he must resign immediately.” Mr Grieve’s intervention comes after three of the highest judges in the land ruled that the…
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