Remainer MPs plan to ‘drown’ Boris Johnson by demanding publication of prorogue legal advice

Remainer MPs plan to ‘drown’ Boris Johnson by demanding publication of prorogue legal advice

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REMAINER MPs plan to tie Boris Johnson in knots on their return to Parliament.

They are set to demand fresh detail on a No Deal and a statement on its suspension.

In a move backed by former Tory Cabinet minister Amber Rudd, Remainer MPs are planning to ‘drown’ the PM with requests on their return to parliament
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If the PM refuses, Labour has vowed to force its publication by passing a Commons motion known as a humble address.

The move is backed by former Tory Cabinet minister Amber Rudd and the sacked Tory rebels.

A cross-party group has agreed to “drown” the Government with requests for information with questions on the collapse of Thomas Cook and the ongoing violence in Hong Kong.

They will not, however, ask for an immediate no confidence vote.

Sources said Tory Remain rebels were plotting with Labour Remainers to draw up legislation to force a People’s Vote once Brexit is formally delayed beyond October 31.


Taxpayers will foot the cost of MPs and staff returning to Parliament early. Expenses watchdog Ipsa says all “reasonable costs” will be covered. But some MPs will defy the recall of Parliament.

Tory Keith Simpson, a critic of the PM who is quitting at the next election, tweeted: “I’m on holiday off the coast of Alaska and not back until the 5th October.”

Newlywed Tory David Morris had to postpone his honeymoon due to the early recall of Parliament.

They are set to demand fresh detail on a No Deal and a statement on its suspension
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