Brexit: Ex-PM vows legal action if UK Parliament suspended

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Boris Johnson marks his ballot Credit Andrew Parsons i-Images

Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt, rivals to become Britain's next prime minister, clashed over who could be most trusted on Brexit on Tuesday in a sometimes bad-natured television debate just two weeks before one will be crowned.

That prompted the US President to freeze out the envoy, saying his administration "will no longer deal with" him.

"He should speak to his country, and Prime Minister May, about their failed Brexit negotiation, and not be upset with my criticism of how badly it was handled".

"The wacky Ambassador that the UK foisted upon the United States is not someone we are thrilled with, a very stupid guy", Mr Trump tweeted on Tuesday.

Mrs May's government has tried to quell the rising tensions.

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"They can't be concerned for the sovereignty of Parliament except when it is inconvenient to Mr. Johnson".

House Speaker John Bercow has said it is "blindingly obvious" that the next prime minister would not be able to sideline parliament, adding: "Parliament will not be evacuated from the centre stage of the decision-making process on this important matter".

That prompted Hunt to accuse Johnson of avoiding direct answers and relying on nothing more than optimism to win a new deal from the European Union, or to leave without a deal which would hurt businesses across Britain.

Former London mayor Johnson raised questions over Hunt's commitment to leaving on the October 31 deadline while foreign minister Hunt criticized Johnson for relying on what he said was nothing more than optimism to win a deal. "Whoever leaked that deserves to be eviscerated". "I, and I alone will decide who takes politically sensitive jobs such as ambassador to the United States".

Former British prime minister John Major vowed on Wednesday to go to court to block his party colleague Boris Johnson from suspending parliament and dragging the queen into a constitutional crisis to deliver a no-deal Brexit.

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"I don't think anyone who does that will endear themselves in obtaining the loyalty of the civil service in future".

"I think everybody is fed up with delay and I think the idea of now consecrating this decision to the judiciary is really very, very odd indeed".

Tory leadership frontrunner Boris Johnson has refused to say whether he would keep the UK's ambassador to Washington in post following the leak of sensitive diplomatic messages.

That timing suggests Mr Darroch might be expected to leave his assignment early in 2020.

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