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قديم 2019-08-16, 09:59 AM
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افتراضي Brexit could cause a crisis that drags in even the queen

BRITAIN FAMOUSLY lacks a written constitution, relying a lot on convention instead. Analysts pore over documents such as the ministerial code and the cabinet manual for guidance. Boris Johnson’s threat of a no-deal Brexit could test this informal system to destruction.

Consider the queen’s prerogative powers. In fact, she takes advice from her prime minister, whose government commands a majority of MPs. Yet a clash between Parliament and prime minister over a no-deal Brexit could break the cabinet manual’s rule that the queen “should not be drawn into party politics”.



If MPs vote no confidence in the government, the Fixed-term Parliaments Act allows 14 days for an alternative to be found. Mr Johnson would remain prime minister and could seek to thwart this. Other advisers, notably the queen’s private secretary, Edward Young, the cabinet secretary, Sir Mark Sedwill, and the principal private secretary in Downing Street, Peter Hill, may counteract this, but only if it is clear that somebody else can win a Commons majority.

Mr Johnson could also advise the queen to hold an election after a no-deal Brexit on October 31st. The cabinet manual says it is “customary” during an election to defer the “taking or announcing of major policy decisions”. Robert Hazell of the UCL constitution unit thinks this custom implies not...
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