What if MPs reject United Kingdom government's agenda?

EU leaders will meet on Thursday and Friday for a summit held under the pressures of the Oct 31 Brexit deadline just two weeks away

EU leaders will meet on Thursday and Friday for a summit held under the pressures of the Oct 31 Brexit deadline just two weeks away

Johnson, who will set out his legislative agenda in the state opening of parliament on Monday, hopes he can deal strike a deal before the European Union summit.

In fact, Mr. Johnson's hopes for an agreement on Brexit appeared to be on a knife edge, as British and European negotiators in Brussels wrangled in the waning days before October 31 over the vexing question of how to handle trade with Northern Ireland after Britain leaves the economic bloc.

The so-called Queen's Speech is the highlight of a day of elaborate pageantry in Westminster and is used to detail all the bills the government wants to enact in the coming year.

Critics complained that Mr. Johnson was exploiting the monarch by having her lend the trappings of royalty to a brashly partisan exercise.

The issue for Johnson is that he is so far short of a majority he can not pass any controversial legislation without an election, which the opposition parties won't let him hold until he delays Brexit or agrees a deal with the EU.

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The Government will also bring back the Domestic Abuse Bill which fell as a result of Mr Johnson's unlawful suspension of Parliament last month. Such an outcome would deal another blow to Johnson's authority.

Opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said Sunday that his party was unlikely to support any deal agreed upon by Johnson.

Mr Corbyn replied: "Quite simply because we don't trust the Prime Minister". Lawmakers are summoned to listen to the queen by a security official named Black Rod - but only complied after slamming the House of Commons door in his face to symbolize their independence. Notably, the queen did cite the October 31 deadline for exiting the European Union.

As the Tory MP dismissed the claim as an attempt to speculate on the progress of the Brexit talks, the BBC host said: "I'm not asking you to speculate, I'm asking you to say individually would you accept the need for a technical extension if one were put to you?"

Johnson, in power since July, has had no majority in the House of Commons since he expelled 21 of his own Conservative MPs who objected to his tough strategy on Brexit.

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Mr. Johnson's government now proposes to spend closer to what the Labour Party promised in 2017 than Mrs. "They don't want to wait for their schools to have the funding they need".

In the event that Johnson and the European Union can reach an accord before the end of the month, Johnson will try to rush that bill through Parliament. European Union ministers then meet in Luxembourg before leaders hold a summit in Brussels on Thursday and Friday when they could sign off on any deal that might be reached or even discuss offering Britain an extension. Mr. Johnson's latest proposal is created to resolve the impasse over the future of trade between Northern Ireland, part of the United Kingdom, and Ireland, which will stay in the European Union.

They will tie their support for his planned deal to a second referendum on whether the United Kingdom leaves the European Union at all. Yet administratively, Northern Ireland would stay part of Europe's customs and trade area so as to avoid checks taking place on the island of Ireland.

Another said: "That cough did not sound too good".

Jacob Rees-Mogg, the Commons leader and a former ERG chair, however, thinks an agreement could be accepted by MPs, telling LBC: "I think the votes are there now for a deal".

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The raft of policies outlined included plans for an EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill to enshrine in British law a deal that Johnson is still racing to agree with Brussels, before the scheduled end-of-month departure date.

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