Parliament recall urged after Yellowhammer documents warn of shortages
The Prime Minister is under pressure to urgently reopen parliament to protect the UK from street riots, food prices and medicine shortages triggered by a no-deal Brexit.
After reluctantly publishing the details of Yellowhammer, which has been described as the worst-case scenario for a no-deal Brexit, Boris Johnson has been told by Scottish judges that proroguing parliament was unlawful.
With 49 days to go until Boris' deadline day, he could be softening his Brexit stance. It is reported he’s allowing the 21 Tory MPs who were expelled from his party to appeal, which could see them reinstated and voting on a new Brexit deal.