I don’t want to descend into spending the next two months banging on about the UK Government’s inept shenanigans, so I will try to keep this short.
With Johnson trying to cling to office until September, the Labour Party has attempted to table a no-confidence motion in the Government. By convention, no-confidence motions are always accepted and prioritised.
This time, however, the government has refused to allow time for the motion.
David Allen Green explains how the government refusing a confidence vote subverts our constitution.