Shared September 25, 2019
Just when you think you've seen it all across the pond in Great Britain, the story has become even more bizarre. Yesterday, Britain's highest court ruled that prime minister Boris Johnson gave Queen Elizabeth illegal advice, when she prorogued Parliament earlier this month. To discuss this latest chapter in the Brexit saga, The Agenda welcomes Graham Gudgin, chief economic advisor Policy Exchange, London; and Ashley Prime, formerly a British diplomat to Canada.
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