Veteran Tory MP Ken Clarke says the government’s decision to prorogue Parliament is “outrageous”, “unconstitutional” and “designed to frustrate Brexit”
I’m reminded of the old saying about the pot calling the kettle black.
While we’re on old sayings perhaps it’s worth saying that two wrongs don’t make a right then.
Indeed that is very true Martin, but to deploy that particular saying one has to first accept that the initial incident of the two being compared was in fact wrong.
Sorry, that’s beyond me.