Tories on the Run

Last night was a great night for someone who has been a fairly staunch Remainer all the way through this awful Brexit process.

Boris caused mass protests last week (including the one on Saturday which I was at) when he announced the has asked the Queen to prorogue Parliament - in his words, "because it always happened".

Yes, indeed, proroguing Parliament does happen most years, but never for more than a few days; and never in history for more than a week and a half.

Boris truly jumped the shark when he decided to do that, and the protests began. And continued.

Last night, however, he had control of the Parliamentary agenda thrust out of his grubby lying fingers and given back to the people. The cost of this?

1 MP crossed the floor, thus removing his majority of 1 and making it a true hung Parliament, and then 20 MP's rebelled against him and have now lost the Conservative Whip.

So, essentially they are now a minority party with over 40 seats down. In essence, they're screwed.

Boris may be trying to play a clever game because he is trying to force a General Election, but this needs the agreement of Parliament to proceed and that is unlikely.

We'll see today eh?

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