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Sir John Major has accused Boris Johnson of having an “ulterior motive” for proroguing Parliament as he compared him to a council boss buying land to evict gipsies.

The former Conservative prime minister said he was “uniquely qualified” to judge whether Mr Johnson had acted lawfully, and said it was “difficult not to infer that the prorogation is intended to facilitate a no deal Brexit”.

Sir John’s decision to make a court statement against a sitting Prime Minister from the same political party is unprecedented in modern times, but the ardent Remainer said: “I have huge admiration for our Parliament and am a keen supporter of its rights and duties. I cannot stand idly by and watch them set aside...

Sir John Major has accused Boris Johnson of having an “ulterior motive” for proroguing Parliament as he compared him to a council boss buying land to evict gipsies.

The former Conservative prime minister said he was “uniquely qualified” to judge whether Mr Johnson had acted lawfully, and said it was “difficult not to infer that the prorogation is intended to facilitate a no deal Brexit”.

Sir John’s decision to make a court statement against a sitting Prime Minister from the same political party is unprecedented in modern times, but the ardent Remainer said: “I have huge admiration for our Parliament and am a keen supporter of its rights and duties. I cannot stand idly by and watch them set aside...

Sir John Major has accused Boris Johnson of having an “ulterior motive” for proroguing Parliament as he compared him to a council boss buying land to evict gipsies.

The former Conservative prime minister said he was “uniquely qualified” to judge whether Mr Johnson had acted lawfully, and said it was “difficult not to infer that the prorogation is intended to facilitate a no deal Brexit”.

Sir John’s decision to make a court statement against a sitting Prime Minister from the same political party is unprecedented in modern times, but the ardent Remainer said: “I have huge admiration for our Parliament and am a keen supporter of its rights and duties. I cannot stand idly by and watch them set aside...

Sir John Major has accused Boris Johnson of having an “ulterior motive” for proroguing Parliament as he compared him to a council boss buying land to evict gipsies.

The former Conservative prime minister said he was “uniquely qualified” to judge whether Mr Johnson had acted lawfully, and said it was “difficult not to infer that the prorogation is intended to facilitate a no deal Brexit”.

Sir John’s decision to make a court statement against a sitting Prime Minister from the same political party is unprecedented in modern times, but the ardent Remainer said: “I have huge admiration for our Parliament and am a keen supporter of its rights and duties. I cannot stand idly by and watch them set aside...