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Since Boris Johnson decided to suspend Parliament, many have been questioning whether our democracy itself is in crisis.
While he is in Luxembourg facing criticism for his decision – and his general incompetence surrounding Brexit – Labour have taken to Twitter to mock him further.
How are you marking International Day of Democracy? Here's what's going on in Parliament this week, thanks to Boris… https://t.co/2FETSSvxy9 — The Labour Party (@The Labour Party)
Yesterday was International Day of Democracy – an often overlooked holiday because, well, you don’t get any presents. That and...there really isn’t that much in democracy to celebrate right now.
Labour took to Twitter to mock the current government situation, posting:
How are you marking International Day of Democracy? Here's what's going on in Parliament this week, thanks to Boris Johnson.
The caption was accompanied by a video of a mothball drifting across Parliament. It’d almost be funny if it wasn’t all so utterly depressing...
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