TThe President has said he is keen to have a meeting with Boris Johnson over the “totally unacceptable” behavior of Downing Street and the ministers.
An enraged Sir Lindsay Hoyle claimed he was “misled” by the Prime Minister’s announcement of the delay in the roadmap, telling MPs he was told no decision had been made. finalized
As Mr. Johnson is in Brussels for NATO, the first statement could be made at 8:30 p.m., we learned in the House of Commons. This statement is made by Matt Hancock, the Secretary of Health.
However, Sir Edward Leigh, the Conservative MP for Gainsborough, told Sir Lindsay journalists were receiving information about the embargoed announcement. Sir Edward and his colleague Peter Bone strongly criticized the decision to brief the media before MPs.
In response, Sir Lindsay said: “I have been told that no decision will be taken before the Cabinet meeting. I am being misled, this House is being misled.
“I find it totally unacceptable that once again, once again, we see Downing Street flouting MPs. We do not accept it and I am at the stage where I am starting to look for other avenues if they do. won’t take this house seriously.
“I think it’s time for me to have a meeting with the Prime Minister.”