As everyone probably knows, there’s a lot of controversy over Boris Johnson’s decision to prorogue the British Parliament. The Left in the UK, meaning primarily the Labour Party, are having fits, and launching into their overheated rhetoric, just like our ‘homegrown’ left does at every opportunity. There has been talk, like ‘Boris Johnson wasn’t legitimately elected’ so he has no authority to take this action. And when the Queen duly issued the necessary document declaring that the Parliament was to be prorogued, of course this made the ‘Remainers’ (also known as ‘Remoaners’) even more agitated.
The arcane business of the UK government and its workings in the UK is a little beyond me, but I believe Boris Johnson’s action was necessary. I think the UK must leave the EU, without a Brexit ‘deal’. It remains to be seen, though, whether this will happen as promised, because of the machinations of the Remainer faction as well as the potential actions of the EU; they technically still have a right to come back with some kind of ‘deal’ offer.
Also, another piece from David Collins at Brexit Central.