Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn has condemned Boris Johnson's plans to temporarily shut down Parliament, saying the Prime Minister "needed to be held to account" by Parliament.
The Prime Minister will temporarily close down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament.
The move triggered a furious reaction from MPs seeking to block a no-deal Brexit.
BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya on Monday dismissed speculation that some party MPs from West Bengal may join the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC)..
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Recent analysis of expenses claims by IPSA shows MPs spent £1,944 on business class air travel to Europe over the last three years
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In a virtual meeting with Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi on Thursday, senior party leaders demanded that Rahul Gandhi should lead the party..
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Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube will now need to comply with requests to remove content.
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*London:* British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday unveiled plans to suspend Parliament until October 14, days ahead of the October 31 Brexit deadline,...
on August 29, 2019 • Mid-Day