British parliament has initiated a five-week suspension that is considered controversial today, after it was tainted by objections from opposition MPs.
At the postponement of the conference yesterday, opposition MPs held cards with the words ‘please help’ and ‘match your face’.
Following that, Speaker of the House John Bercow condemned the actions of the MPs, who allegedly violated executive orders.
In fact, one Member of Parliament was seen trying to prevent him from leaving the House to participate in the council.
The British Parliament has been adjourned until October 14.