Brexit: suspending parliament should not be ruled out, says Dominic Raab

Tory leadership contender says dropping widely criticised idea would weaken UK negotiating position The Tory leadership contender Dominic Raab has said the possibility of sidelining parliament to force through Brexit should not be ruled out, as to do so would weaken the UKs negotiating position in Brussels. I think its wrong to rule out any tool to make sure that we leave by the end of October, Raab told BBC Radio 4s Today programme, as the Conservative party reels from its disastrous results in the European election, in which Eurosceptic voters flocked to the Brexit party. The exam question in this contest is: who can be trusted to lead us out by the end of October and end this paralysing …