Seized Agendas and Snap Elections
Patrick Diamond, Associate Professor of Public Policy , Queen Mary University of London
Boris Johnson's grip is slipping on his own party, as 21 Tory MPs sided with the opposition to take control of the parliamentary agenda. This means, they can now bring forward a bill seeking to delay the UK's exit date from the EU. For more insight, we speak to Patrick Diamond, Associate Professor of Public Policy at the Queen Mary University of London, about the potential outcome of a snap election, as well as how the EU would respond to a UK election.
Presented by: Lyn Mak, Sharidz Abdullah, Julian Ng
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