Anyone would think Boris Johnson had started a war.
All he has done is prorogued Parliament four days longer that it would normally be for the party conference season.
In any case, one has to prorogue Parliament in order to press the reset button for a Queen’s Speech.
What Boris is doing is clearing the decks for life after Brexit when politics will return back to a more domestic agenda.
Three courts have ruled in his favour and one against and the one against sounded like a Sturgeonite jumped up socialist anyway.
The choice will be clear at the next election:
Either backwards under Corbyn or forward under Boris.
And here’s my prediction: The election will come about by Corbyn and his lefties voting down Boris’ Queen’s Speech.
You heard it here first.