Published On: Wed, Sep 25th, 2019

Brexit News: Piers stuns Gina Miller with ‘fundamental Brexit problem’ with Parliament | UK | News

ITV Good Morning Britain (GMB) host Piers Morgan argued that there was a problem with Parliament attempting to deliver Brexit as the majority of them are Remainers. After Ms Miller insisted that they needed to get back to work due to the crucial situation the country finds itself in Mr Morgan seemingly stunned the Remainer. This comes after the Supreme Court ruled Boris Johnson’s decision to prorogue Parliament to be unlawful.

Ms Miller said: “So what Boris Johnson has done, in closing down Parliament was unlawful.

“What it now means is that Parliament MPs will return today and carry on the work of scrutinising and the roles we elect them to do.

“That is to ask questions, to hold select committees and to find out what has been going on in negotiations in the EU, they need to do the job e pay them for.”

Mr Morgan replied: “I have a fundamental problem with that.

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“I have always a lot of respect for you, you just want to abide by the law, I get that. 

“Parliament though, it seems to me, is made up of three-quarters of Remainers.

“And I’m a Remainer so that is fine, they wouldn’t want to pass anything to do with Brexit.

“But it seems to me that that is the problem.

Boris Johnson has faced calls for his resignation following the Supreme Court ruling from Remainers from a multitude of political parties. 

William Hill is now offering just 8/1 that Boris Johnson is no longer PM at Midnight on Friday (27th September).

Meanwhile, Hills has also trimmed the price of Ken Clarke being the next PM and he is now 8/1 from 10/1.

William Hill Spokesman Rupert Adams said: “The odds suggest the Supreme Court ruling is a serious blow for the Prime Minister and there is a real chance that he could be gone by the weekend.

Number 10 has insisted that Boris Johnson will not be resigning and Mr Johnson has explained that he “strongly disagrees” with the decision of the Supreme Court.

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