It’s a time when most families are busy preparing for time off work, a mountain of shopping, and digging the tree out of the garage.
But with the ongoing saga of Brexit continuing to dominate politics in the UK, it appears possible Britain could be going to the polls this year, possibly in December.
Labour’s Shadow Justice Secretary, Richard Burgon, has said today the party will back a general election if a Brexit extension is agreed.
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It comes after Downing Street last night confirmed that Prime Minister Boris Johnson would push MPs to back a snap general election if the EU agreed an expected three-month extension to Brexit – until January 31 2020.
It means Britain could be headed to the polls before Christmas.
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