Parliament to hold second election vote

Boris Johnson at the dispatch box in the Commons on 4 September

The House of Commons is to be faced with another vote on a general election as pressure on both main party leaders increases. Labour’s fanciful ambiguity and refusal to back an election is already controversial, and Boris Johnson’s obsequious cuddling up to Dominic Cummings has meant that he has lost more than twenty of his own MPs, including former Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd over the weekend.

Gerry hopes the vote passes, although he heavily believes it won’t…

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