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Charles Banner QC has produced an article outlining an alternative analysis to the “constitutional experts” who have been reported this week as advising that there is nothing in the Fixed Term Parliaments Act 2011 which would prevent the Prime Minister, in the aftermath of a vote of no confidence in the Government, from delaying the date of an ensuing general election until after a no-deal Brexit has taken effect by default on 31st October.

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