British Labour MPs took the Queens staff in protest against Prime Minister Teresa May

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 British Labour MPs took the Queens staff in protest against Prime Minister Teresa May


On December 10, local time, after British Prime Minister Teresa May announced in the House of Commons the decision to postpone parliamentary voting on the Euro-Leaving Agreement, a dramatic scene appeared: British Labour MP Moir took away the Queens staff representing the authority of the Queen in the British Parliament to protest!

When Teresa May officially announced the postponement of parliamentary voting on the Euro-withdrawal agreement, Labour MP Lloyd Moyle suddenly rushed to grab the Queens staff on the table and walked to the center of the chamber, the Guardian said Wednesday.

His actions immediately aroused the anger of Conservative MPs, who shouted at him disgrace and drive him out.

According to the Guardian, Queens staff represents the authority of the Queen in the British Parliament. Without it, Parliament cannot pass any laws.

More dramatic is that Moyle seems to have no idea what to do next. While Speaker Berko asked him to return to his original position, he returned his scepter to the lower house officials.

Finally, at the request of the Speaker, he left the chamber.

After the incident, Moir told reporters: The symbolic act of raising the scepter indicates that the will of Parliament to govern the country has been shaken. My feeling is that Parliament has in fact given up its right to govern the country properly.

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