Why Labour Were So Opposed To Boris Proroguing



So now we know why Labour were so opposed to Boris proroguing the U.K. Parliament in order to bring on the government’s post Brexit agenda.

First, they can’t make up their own minds as to the direction of the party.

Second, civil war is rife everywhere with Momentum gunning for Tom Watson and trying to scrap Labour Students.

And third, they are completely clueless on Brexit.

So here’s my prediction.

Such is the civil war in Labour that many of their MPs will now back a Boris Deal and what Theresa May failed to do in two years, Boris Johnson will do in two months.

It’s called “bold leadership!”