Johnson suspended the British Parliament until October 14

At the same time, the British Prime Minister rejected the claim that the postponement of parliamentary meetings is designed to prevent the deputies of the House of Commons to block the implementation of “Brexit” without a deal.

LONDON – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the British Parliament suspends its work until October 14.

“We must continue to implement the internal agenda, and that is why we announce that the Queen’s throne speech will take place on October 14,” he said on Wednesday on Sky News.

Johnson rejected the claim that the postponement of Parliament sessions is designed to prevent MPs from blocking the country’s exit from the European Union without an agreement on the terms of “Brexit.”