With the already revised Brexit deadline of 31st October, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has suspended Parliament in an attempt to push through a no-deal. The move means that MP's will now find it more difficult to play their role in the Brexit negotiations, which are set to ramp up in the next few weeks.
The news has not been received positively, and arguably has been made even worse by the fact that Johnson himself is un-elected. This has led to protests throughout the country, widespread criticism from political commentators, and even the claim that it is an "offense against the democratic process" from Speaker John Bercow.
As it has been said many times in the past 3 years, the Brexit circus continues...
Read more about what suspending Parliament actually does here.