Home   News   Article

POLL: Do you think there should be a General Election following recent developments in Parliament?


By Abigail Hunt


The recent attempt by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to approve the timetable of his Brexit deal in just three days was rejected.

Though the House of Commons voted in favour of the newly-negotiated withdrawal bill itself, Mr Johnson chose to pause the Brexit process and, wait for the European Union's response to his letter that requested a three-month delay.

Do you think there should be a General Election in response to what has happened in Parliament? Have your say in our poll below.

Downing Street. (20074306)
Downing Street. (20074306)

READ MORE:

New £700,000 campaign most ambitious local heritage project in 40 years ­— Robert Jenrick

COURT: Thief banned from Waitrose for stealing groceries worth £5,500 and nine windows damaged at Newark Castle Station

A true friend of Poland ­— Newark airman instrumental in Warsaw Uprising thanked by thousands of Poles for his bravery



This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More