Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament is the most blatant assault on democracy in Britain’s living memory, and one of the most serious any Western country has faced in the populist era. Me .
Before Britain acquired a reputation for moderation, it fought a civil war over the principle that parliament should check the executive's whims. Now, Boris Johnson has suspended parliament to override the will of most its members. Me .
"[Boris] Johnson has demonstrated that he considers himself a more legitimate spokesperson for the will of his countrymen than the institution that has been charged with this task for the past three centuries," argues
What Boris Johnson Did to the World’s Most Stable Democracy
I found this article abut populism and the recent dramatic changes in how the UK is run interesting.
What Boris Johnson Did to the World’s Most Stable Democracy