Johnson denies lying to the Queen over the suspension of parliament

Johnson denies lying to the Queen over the suspension of parliament

Countering claims that he lied to Queen Elizabeth over the reasons for suspending parliament, British PM Boris Johnson said that was ’absolutely not’ true. Scotland’s highest court of appeal ruled on Wednesday that the suspension was not lawful, prompting Johnson’s opponents to accuse him of lying to the queen.

Simone
Simone
Idiot Prole
Idiot Prole 5 months

You think he'd lie to The Boss? She'd send The Boys round to take him on a short drive through a long tunnel before you know it.

Monster Mash
Monster Mash 5 months

how could he possibly hide the lie? she is the bloody Queen! she owns Scotland Yard and the English U.K Paliment it would only take a call to get the truth.

FirstCensorshipThenJail
FirstCensorshipThenJail 5 months

Western courts need to start following the law not grievance study fiction and debunked Marxist theory It would also help if the UK had a written constitution.

Dave
Dave 5 months

Once again the Scottish courts are trying to rule on what someone was thinking.

I Am Grug
I Am Grug 5 months

This is the Queen. A woman who had received a prank call from someone pretending to be the queen killed her self because she thought she disappointed her. I do not think someone would just lie to her face.

SimonR
SimonR 5 months

They accused him of lying when the lower courts correctly ruled it wasn't a matter for the courts. If the judges have a legal issue with the length of the prorogation they should shorten it, not nullify it. The government has the right to prorogue and should do, the idea that it has a difficult timing doesn't affect rights.

Miro Živec
Miro Živec 5 months

Queen is in trouble and needs to be protected, so here goes the politics with another made up story. I guess it will not help Boris Johnson much. But I might be blinded as usual since the media expects to be so, and the facts are even worse.

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