Judges ruled Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament unlawful – 17 favourite responses
Is going to be fun watching Johnson slowly realise it's UK law he's not a fan ofhttps://t.co/PztJMwtSCa
— James Felton (@JimMFelton) September 11, 2019
Can't believe it's taken just seven weeks for Boris Johnson to draw the Queen into his criminal activities. Even Tony Blair waited a couple of years before asking her to store that van full of DVD players at Sandringham over the weekend
— Tom Freeman (@SnoozeInBrief) September 11, 2019
Boris Johnson's approach to Parliament makes Theresa May's approach to Parliament look competent. And that is an almost impossible achievement.
— Stig Abell (@StigAbell) September 11, 2019
I didn’t understand why some people are scared of clowns until Boris Johnson became PM
— Rachael (@RachaelvsWorld) September 11, 2019
Wonder if one of the worst case scenario's considered by Yellowhammer was "Boris Johnson being locked up for lying to the Queen".
— The Poke (@ThePoke) September 11, 2019
Pretty pleased with my first week as Boris Johnson’s political adviser.
— Mr Roger Quimbly (@RogerQuimbly) September 11, 2019
Two months into his premiership and Boris Johnson has so far:
1. Lost his majority.
2. Lost a by-election.
3. Lost every single vote held in parliament.
4. Lost 22 Conservative MPs.
5. Instructed the Queen to break the law. https://t.co/9Z8m4E3l65
— Adam Bienkov (@AdamBienkov) September 11, 2019
bbc parliament coming back after prorogation is ruled unlawful like pic.twitter.com/EWaRL5z5JF
— Abby Tomlinson (@twcuddleston) September 11, 2019
"Breaking rocks in the hot sun
I fought the law and the law won…" pic.twitter.com/zPYTf00oTg
— The Poke (@ThePoke) September 9, 2019
In short …
Brexit latest: Scottish Court of Session sends a message to Boris Johnson pic.twitter.com/v8M0NsJxUS
— Graham Love (@GLove39) September 11, 2019