TchouEt bein là rebelote, les stratèges conservateurs veulent remettre le couvert en espérant encore une fois gagner cette élection, avec un programme à droite toute et un bouffon un peu charismatique dans l'espoir de piquer des voix à l’extrême droite.Et Farage avec son Brexit Party a déjà dit qu'il souhaitait une alliance avec les conservateurs. Comme c'était attendu par de nombreux observateurs.
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Agenda for the day
Here is how the day will unfold in parliament:
11.30am: The Commons sitting starts with Welsh questions.
12pm: Boris Johnson takes PMQs. This will be his first PMQs as prime minister. Given that parliament may well be prorogued by next Wednesday, and that if there is an early election he could lose, it could be his last one too.
Around 12.50pm: Sajid Javid, the chancellor, makes a Commons statement about the spending review.
3pm: MPs begin the debate on Hilary Benn’s bill designed to rule out a no-deal Brexit on 31 October.
Around 3.30pm: Peers start debating a business motion tabled by Labour designed to ensure that, if the Benn bill gets to the Lords, it will complete its passage through the house by 5pm on Friday.
5pm: MPs vote for the second reading of the bill. That is a yes/no vote on whether it should go ahead. After that MPs will spend two hours debating amendments to the bill.
7pm: MPs vote on amendments to the bill and for its third reading. There are likely to be several votes, each one taking 15 minutes.
Mid-evening: After voting on the Benn bill is finished MPs will have a 90-minute debate on Boris Johnson’s motion saying “that there shall be an early election”. The motion may well pass but the opposition parties are not voting in favour (because they want the Benn bill passed before they agree to an early election), and so Johnson is not expected to get the two-thirds majority needed under the Fixed-term Parliaments Act for an early election to go ahead.
“This PM claims he has a strategy, but can’t tell us what it is, [...] and he can’t tell the EU either. [...] There really is absolutely nothing there.”Pan, dans les dents !