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    Quote Originally Posted by catson52 View Post
    Don't remember much being done to Charles II
    Man! I thought I was old!
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    Quote Originally Posted by catson52 View Post
    Don't remember much being done to Charles II, beyond giving a series of mistresses. Did you mean James II?
    Well regarding Charles II, i guess you could say: all's well that ends well!!!
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    Wild day in the House of Commons today. Johnson is the first PM to lose his first House vote in.....125 years! 21 Tories vote against the Government...
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    Bye-Bye Boris the Terrible. Bye-Bye Brexit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conor Dary View Post
    Wild day in the House of Commons today. Johnson is the first PM to lose his first House vote in.....125 years! 21 Tories vote against the Government...
    Following the UK Supreme court unanimous decision that Johnson's prorogation of parliament, to avoid any more of those wild days, was illegal, I noticed the following online comment:

    Most Prime Ministers leave office in ignominy and disappointment. Boris Johnson was the first to enter office in that way.
    It will be interesting to see if he also shortly leaves in that same way.
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    With the court's decision, does that mean the prorogation is revoked and Parliament can reconvene immediately?
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    Yes....MPs meeting tomorrow at 11:30am....
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