9/9/2019, 4:03 PM (Source: TeleTrader)
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Grieve asks UK govt to publish Brexit-linked documents

Tory MP Dominic Grieve submitted a motion on Monday to Parliament in Westminster to force the British government to release all documents it received in relation to Operation Yellowhammer and all of its correspondence in regard to the prorogation of Parliament.

The so-called humble address says that the correspondence should include, but isn't limited to "messaging services including WhatsApp, Telegram, Signal, Facebook messenger, private email accounts both encrypted and unencrypted, text messaging and iMessage and the use of both official and unofficial mobile phones." The documents on prorogation are asked from the following individuals: Hugh Bennett, Simon Burton, Dominic Cumming, Nikki da Costa, Tom Irven, Sir Roy Stone, Christopher James, Lee Cain and Beatrice Thompson.

MPs that are against a no-deal Brexit have criticized the government of Prime Minister Boris Johnson heavily over its decision to prorogue Parliament, saying the move was made to enable the UK to crash out of the European Union without an agreement with the bloc.

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