Labour leader implicates prime minister of acting like a self-important Tudor by choosing not to devote to Commons vote on Brexit offer
Jeremy Corbyn has actually implicated Theresa May of acting like Henry VIII or a comparable autocratic emperor due to the fact that of her rejection to dedicate to putting a last Brexit offer to a vote in parliament .
In an interview with the Guardian, the Labour leader firmly insisted that the prime minister might not be enabled to utilize the royal authority to bypass the Commons over the UKs future relationship with continental Europe.
Earlier this month, May consistently chosen not to devote to a parliamentary vote throughout a choose committee hearing triggering Corbyn to summon a picture of the prime minister acting as if she was a self-important Tudor .
It [a last Brexit offer] would need to concern parliament. She can not conceal behind Henry VIII and the magnificent rights of the power of kings on this one, he stated, explaining that MEPs in the European parliament would have a vote on the proposed settlement.
The concept that on something as significant as this the prime minister would utilize the royal authority to bypass parliament is remarkable I do not know where shes originating from.