When MPs returned to the benches this week, no one could have predicted the scenes of anger and emotion. Opposition politicians collided with an officially sponsored dangerous rhetoric. Most definitely, one of the worst weeks in parliamentary history. []

After the Supreme Court’s ruling that Boris Johnson’s decision to advise the Queen to prorogue Parliament was unlawful, now is the chance for MPs to show what a strong, selfless Parliamentary Democracy can do and restore the people’s trust in politics. []

The Prime Minister announced on Wednesday that he was to prorogue Parliament, leaving MPs barely any time to stop a no-deal Brexit on Halloween. Since then, the mood has transformed, and people have taken to the streets. []

All of last week’s discussions around Westminster were about the formation of an emergency Government by anti-No-Deal MPs and who could lead such a Government. However, the most significant bit is what comes next... []