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Brexit: Bercow condemns five-week prorogation as ‘act of executive fiat’ amid uproar in Commons – live news

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MPs from both sides expressed fury at prorogation proceedings in early hours of Tuesday morningAnalysis: Johnson still ahead in the polls – but by how much?Harman vows to be ‘scrupulously neutral’ if elected as Speaker‘Six votes, six defeats’: how the press covered Monday in parliament 11.05am BST Here is my colleague Kate Proctor and Rajeev Syal’s story about the employment rights announcement in Corbyn’s speech. Related: Jeremy Corbyn pledges biggest ever extension of workers’ rights 11.02am BST Corbyn says Labour would set up a workers protection agency. Too many employers are getting away with flouting laws. Nearly half a million people are still being paid less than the minimum wage.We’ll put a stop to that. We’ll create a workers protection agency with real teeth, including the power to enter workplaces and bring prosecutions on workers’ behalf. Continue reading…



Source link : https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2019/sep/10/anger-abounds-after-parliament-suspended-in-night-of-high-drama-politics-live

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Publish date : 2019-09-10 10:05:31

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