Boris Johnson Prorogues Parliament

So… As it came to pass the Prime Minister of the U.K. was found to have been unlawful when proroguing the U.K. parliament.

Did he mislead the Queen? In olden days, if you had wronged the head of state, you would be taken to the Tower of London for a bit of punishment. It gave me the idea for our latest cartoon.

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Whiteboard Animations Producer, Storyteller and Podcast Host at Staying Alive UK Storytelling Productions | www.stayingaliveuk.com

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Michael de Groot

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Whiteboard Animations Producer, Storyteller and Podcast Host at Staying Alive UK Storytelling Productions | www.stayingaliveuk.com

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