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UK PM Boris Johnson’s brother Stops amid Brexit row in parliament

Last updated on September 6, 2019

Jo Johnson, brother of Prime Minister Boris Johnson along with also a minister, on Thursday resigned from his character in addition to a Conservative MP since he’s”torn between family loyalty and the federal interest,” implying that he’s about his older brother Brexit policy.

He had been the minister of state universities, scientific research, and invention.

Johnson tweeted: “It has been an honor to represent Orpington for nine decades & to function as a Union under three PMs. Recently I have been torn between family loyalty and the national interest–it is unresolvable stress & time for other people to take in my functions like MP & Minister”.

Prime Minister Johnson faced a bruising Thursday morning since the British media went to town together with the subject he was cornered’ after being conquered in many voting rounds at the House of Commons on Wednesday, losing control of the Communist agenda using a minority in the home.

He, however, pushed with his struggle to the resistance to support his movement to activate a mid-term election on October 15. However, Labour has held on the floor that it would encourage it just after the invoice banning a no-deal Brexit is passed and has royal assent.

The bill was passed by the House of Commons and is currently in the House of Lords, in which it’s very likely to make it through on Monday and delivered to Buckingham Palace for royal assent. Meanwhile, courts have been hearing challenges into Johnson’s prorogation of parliament.