British Parliament on Monday, September 9, officially suspend work until October 14.
This will be the longest break in parliament in modern history. The suspension of parliament from the first ten days of September was initiated by the head of the British government, Boris Johnson.
Opposition parties have agreed to vote down Mr Johnson’s call for an early election on 15 October, which requires a two-thirds majority in the Commons. If they go through with that decision, the earliest an election could then come will be late November – possibly the 21st or 28th.