House of Commons.

“Denying the electorate the chance of having its say this Parliament is a dead Parliament. It has no moral right to sit on these green benches.

Twice they have been asked to let the electorate decide whether they should sit in their seats while they block 17.4 million votes, this Parliament is a disgrace.”

British Attorney General Geoffrey Cox speaking a day after after the UK Supreme Court ruled Boris Johnson’s decision to prorogue Parliament for five weeks was unlawful.


“For a man like him, a party like this, and a leader like this to talk about morals and morality is a disgrace!”

Labour MP Barry Sheerman responds.

Boris Johnson will attempt to force through General Election for third time, Geoffrey Cox indicates, as he accuses MPs of ‘cowardice’ (Telegraph)

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11 thoughts on “Disgrace

  1. Otis Blue

    “Those braying voices on the right of the House are echoed down the Street of Shame,
    Where politics mix with bingo and tits
    In a money and numbers game.
    Where they offer you a feature
    On stockings and suspenders
    Next to a call for stiffer penalties for sex offenders”

    So wrote Billy Bragg 35 years ago. Little has changed.


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