Boris Can’t Go To Polls Because Corbyn Wants To Surrender

DESPITE voting by a majority of 242 for a General Election, David Cameron’s Fixed Term Parliament Act has tonight sensationally left the country in limbo.

It means Boris Johnson cannot YET go to the country for a General Election because opposition MPs are running scared.

PM Boris Johnson told Corbyn - "He (Jeremy Corbyn) has become the first Leader of the Opposition to refuse the offer of a General Election."

Corbyn won’t go to the polls until his surrender bill is law.

The Lords have other ideas.

While Nigel Evans just said there is a chance the Lords will time out or defeat the surrender bill, a Sky News source said that "negotiations" may take place.