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Brexit: Day of drama at Westminster
  • Leader of the House of Commons Jacob Rees-Mogg reclining on his seat in the House of Commons London.
  • Leader of the House of Commons Jacob Rees-Mogg reclining on his seat in the House of Commons London.
  • Prime Minister Boris Johnson leaves the House of Commons, London after MPs voted in favour of allowing a cross-party alliance to take control of the Commons agenda on Wednesday in a bid to block a no-deal Brexit on October 31.
  • An anti-Brexit protester shouts slogans while demonstrating in central London on the day MPs return back to Parliament after the summer recess. On Monday 2 Sept 2019 British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Conservative MPs not to vote against the government in the next night's Bill that would block a no deal Brexit. Several MPs vowed to vote with the opposition regardless of the personal consequences. (Photo by Steve Taylor / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
  • Kenneth Clarke and former prime minister Theresa May look on as Prime Minister Boris Johnson makes a statement to MPs in the House of Commons, London, on the G7 Summit in Biarritz.
  • Prime Minister Boris Johnson with his senior aid Dominic Cummings as they leave Downing Street, central London.
  • Oliver Letwin speaking in the House of Commons, London.
  • A man is seen dressed as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson pushing the plunger on a ''No-Deal Bomb'' while demonstrating in central London on the day MPs return back to Parliament after the summer recess. On Monday 2 Sept 2019 British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Conservative MPs not to vote against the government in the next night's Bill that would block a no deal Brexit. Several MPs vowed to vote with the opposition regardless of the personal consequences. (Photo by Steve Taylor / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
  • Anti-Brexit protesters with placards and flags demonstrating in central London on the day MPs return back to Parliament after the summer recess. On Monday 2 Sept 2019 British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Conservative MPs not to vote against the government in the next night's Bill that would block a no deal Brexit. Several MPs vowed to vote with the opposition regardless of the personal consequences. (Photo by Steve Taylor / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
  • Anti-Brexit protesters with flags playing music while demonstrating in central London on the day MPs return back to Parliament after the summer recess. On Monday 2 Sept 2019 British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Conservative MPs not to vote against the government in the next night's Bill that would block a no deal Brexit. Several MPs vowed to vote with the opposition regardless of the personal consequences. (Photo by Steve Taylor / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
  • A piece of satirical artwork by Artist Kaya Mar showing the Queen, Speaker John Bercow and Prime Minister Boris Johnson outside Parliament. On Monday 2 Sept 2019 British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Conservative MPs not to vote against the government in the next night's Bill that would block a no deal Brexit. Several MPs vowed to vote with the opposition regardless of the personal consequences. (Photo by Steve Taylor / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
  • A Pro-Brexit protester with a placard demonstrating in central London on the day MPs return back to Parliament after the summer recess. On Monday 2 Sept 2019 British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Conservative MPs not to vote against the government in the next night's Bill that would block a no deal Brexit. Several MPs vowed to vote with the opposition regardless of the personal consequences. (Photo by Steve Taylor / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
  • A Pro-Brexit protester with a placard demonstrating in central London on the day MPs return back to Parliament after the summer recess. On Monday 2 Sept 2019 British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Conservative MPs not to vote against the government in the next night's Bill that would block a no deal Brexit. Several MPs vowed to vote with the opposition regardless of the personal consequences. (Photo by Steve Taylor / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
  • Pro-Brexit protesters with placards and banners, demonstrating in central London on the day MPs return back to Parliament after the summer recess. On Monday 2 Sept 2019 British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Conservative MPs not to vote against the government in the next night's Bill that would block a no deal Brexit. Several MPs vowed to vote with the opposition regardless of the personal consequences. (Photo by Steve Taylor / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
  • Brexit protesters in Westminster, London, as MPs are taking part in an emergency debate over a new law to block a no-deal Brexit.
  • Brexit protesters on Westminster Bridge in London, as MPs are taking part in an emergency debate over a new law to block a no-deal Brexit.
  • Brexit protesters marching from the Palace of Westminster in London as MPs are taking part in an emergency debate over a new law to block a no-deal Brexit.
  • Anti-Brexit protesters attend a demonstration outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain, September 3, 2019. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
  • A woman watches demonstrators as she is trapped on a bus blocked by anti-Brexit protesters outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain September 3, 2019. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs
  • Brexit protesters in Westminster, London, as MPs are taking part in an emergency debate over a new law to block a no-deal Brexit.. (Photo by Victoria Jones/PA Images via Getty Images)
  • TOPSHOT - A demonstrator carries a placard during a protest outside the Houses of Parliament in central London on September 3, 2019, hosted by The People's Assembly Against Austerity. - The fate of Brexit hung in the balance on Tuesday as parliament prepared for an explosive showdown with Prime Minister Boris Johnson's that could end in a snap election. Members of Johnson's own Conservative party, including Philip Hammond, are preparing to join opposition lawmakers in a vote to try to force a delay to Britain's exit from the European Union if he cannot secure a divorce deal with Brussels in the next few weeks. (Photo by Oli SCARFF / AFP) (Photo credit should read OLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty Images)