The Queen of Great Britain approved the suspension of parliament at the request of Prime Minister Boris Johnson. According to The Guardian, the break will begin on September 9-12 and end on October 11.
Sky News previously reported that parliament was suspended at the request of Boris Johnson. He denies that he did this so that the opposition does not prevent the government from carrying out the speedy process of the country’s exit from the European Union without concluding additional deals. Johnson added that parliamentarians will have “plenty of time” to discuss Brexit, both before and after the Brussels summit of EU leaders on October 17.
Johnson is a supporter of the early exit of Britain from the European Union. Prior to being elected prime minister, he announced that he would complete Brexit at all costs by October 31 – even if he had to suspend parliament for the sake of it.
Brexit is considered one of the most important foreign policy steps of Great Britain over 40 years. This topic was one of the most discussed during the debate.