Jeremy Corbyn demands Boris Johnson quit after Supreme Court ruling – but STILL won’t back election

Jeremy Corbyn demands Boris Johnson quit after Supreme Court ruling – but STILL won’t back election

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JEREMY Corbyn has demanded Boris quits as PM – but he STILL won’t back an election.

The Labour boss demanded the PM throw in the towel at his annual conference speech in Brighton today – which was pushed forwards by a day after the Supreme Court ruled today that Parliament was not shut down.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn at the party conference
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn at the party conference

But he insisted that Labour won’t get behind another poll into Brexit is delayed for a third time at the end of October.

He told the party’s conference that the PM acted “illegally” and tried to silence the Commons.

“The Government will be held to account for what it has done,” he blasted.

“Boris Johnson has been found to have misled the country.

“The unelected Prime Minister must now resign.”

Boris was left red-faced earlier after Britain’s top court ruled his advice to the Queen to shut the Commons was unlawful.

And Jezza didn’t waste any time before demanding his head.

“I invite Boris Johnson, in the historic words, to consider his position and become the shortest serving PM there has ever been,” he said within minutes of the ruling.

Jezza was forced to frantically rewrite his conference speech after the shock court ruling today
Boris has vowed not to resign despite the humiliating court ruling

It comes after his shadow chancellor John McDonnell yesterday revealed radical plans for a four-day week, which businesses said would wreck the economy.

And today Labour members voted to adopt a bold green deal which commits the country to going carbon neutral by 2030.

But the party gathering descended into utter chaos last night after a furious row over whether the party should back Remaining in the EU or not.

After a farcical show of hands in the main hall, Mr Corbyn saw off a plot for the party to continue to since on the fence on Brexit.

Labour will now go into the next election pledging to be completely neutral – and will make a decision on how to campaign next YEAR instead.

The leftie boss demanded Boris quit as PM
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John McDonnell embraces Labour boss Jeremy Corbyn at the party’s conference in Brighton
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