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Queen 'didn't debate' Boris Johnson's request to shut down Parliament
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Aug. 29, 2019, 5:05 a.m.
Queen 'didn't debate' Boris Johnson's request to shut down Parliament
Jacob Rees-Mogg, Lord President of the Privy Council, said there was "no chat, no debate" in his meeting with the Queen at Balmoral - and nor should there be
Boris Johnsons breakneck countdown to Brexit

September 3: Parliament returns after summer break. MPs chance to vote no confidence in government or block no-deal Brexit
September 4: Chancellor announces Whitehall spending for 2020/21
September 12: Parliament suspended
September 22-25: Labour Party conference
September 23-27: Boris Johnson speaks at UN General Assembly in this week and could visit the White House
September 29 - October 2: Tory Party conference
October 14: Parliament returns with Queens Speech - but is then snarled up in a week of debates
October 17: European Council meeting. The last chance to get a Brexit deal with 27 EU leaders
October 21-22: Votes on the Queens Speech
Final week: Vote on any plan Boris Johnson gets for Brexit
October 31: Brexit happens, with or without a deal

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