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UK News Briefing: Parliament suspension, Prince Harry & Brexit make today’s headlines 

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In today’s briefing update, Boris Johnson is set to suspend parliament again next week ahead of a Queen’s Speech, in a move that’s likely to infuriate MPs. 

Prince Harry did not inform senior royals over his extraordinary rant over Meghan and the press.

  Labour has rejected the PM’s Brexit plans as ‘neither credible or workable.’ And believe he plans to force through a no-deal.

 All in today’s UK news briefing – A daily roundup of all the news headlines that you need to know, summarised as part of WTX News Briefing.

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BORIS JOHNSON TO SUSPEND PARLIAMENT AGAIN NEXT WEEK AHEAD OF QUEEN’S SPEECH

The Independent says Prime Minister Boris Johnson will seek to suspend parliament again next week. It comes ahead Boris Johnson to suspend parliament again next week ahead of Queen’s Speech of a new Queen’s Speech in a move that risks infuriating MPs. The Supreme Court ordered MPs to return to work after they ruled the suspension was unlawful. And now, on Tuesday Johnson will ask the Queen to prorogue parliament for several days to allow his to prepare his new legislative programme. The move will allow for a Queen’s Speech to take place on 14 October, ahead of the critical EU summit on 17-18 October.

Read the full story on The Independent 

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PRINCE HARRY ‘REFUSED TO WARN CHARLES AND WILLS’ ABOUT PRESS RANT OVER MEGHAN

The Sun says Prince Harry went “rogue” in his fight with the Press. It has been claimed that senior royals were not Prince Harry ‘refused to warn Charles and Wills’ about his press rant over Meghan warned about his extraordinary rant. And he apparently refused to consult dad Charles and brother William. It has been said they were only “informed” as his outburst was published. The 25-year-old prince wrote it himself with no guidance from the Palace or his team of advisers. And it is believed the Queen was not consulted – although Harry’s communications secretary insists HM was informed. The Sun says the royal couple were aiming for ‘maximum impact’ after critics questioned the timing of the rant. 

Read the full story on The Sun 

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JOHNSON’S BREXIT PLAN ‘NEITHER CREDIBLE NOR WORKABLE,’ SAYS LABOUR

The Guardian says Labour has described Boris Johnson’s Brexit proposals as “neither credible nor workable” and Johson’s Brexit plan ‘neither credible nor workable,’ says Labour claims his real plan is to force a no-deal Brexit. Shadow chancellor, John McDonnell said: “Any responsible prime minister would have spent the past three months trying to build a consensus in parliament and across the European Union in order to break the deadlock. However, Boris Johnson has neither the intention nor ability to negotiate a deal or protect jobs and communities across the United Kingdom.” He added he thought Johnson’s plans were “a cynical attempt to force through a no-deal Brexit.” Opposition parties were united in rejecting the PM’s proposal for a deal.

Read the full story on The Guardian 

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