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This government will press on with negotiating a deal while preparing to leave without one. And I will go to that crucial summit in Brussels on October the 17th. And no matter how many devices this parliament invents to tie my hands, I will strive Mr Speaker to get an agreement in the national interest.
This government will not delay Brexit any further. We will not allow the emphatic verdict of the referendum to be slowly suffocated by further calculated drift and paralysis. And while the opposition run from their duty to answer to those who put us here they cannot hide forever.
The moment will come when the people will finally get their chance to deliver their verdict, Mr Speaker, on how faithfully this House executed their wishes. And I am determined that they will see that it was this government that was on their side.
Order, Jeremy Corbyn.
I think we've had quite enough of the playground politics for the Conservative part of this evening.
The one thing the prime minister didn't say was that he was going to obey the law of this country. He did not say he acknowledged or accepted three votes that have taken place in this parliament. And under his request, the House is now due, apparently, this evening to be prorogued for one of the longest prorogations in history, simply in order to avoid any questioning of what he is doing or not doing, simply to avoid discussion about yellow hammer.
This government is a disgrace and the way the prime minister operates is a disgrace.
I hope the prime minister will reflect on the issue of prorogation and shutting down parliament to avoid a government being held to account. Because that is exactly what he has done today and proposes to do to this country.