According to the British Government, there will be no “Queen's Speech” next year to give MPs more time to deal with Brexit laws.
The Leader of the Commons Andrea Leadsom in an extraordinary move said the next parliamentary session was being doubled in length to two years.
Shocking for such actions to occur in order to defy British Royalty. The highly unusual move would allow MPs to scrutinise "substantial amounts of legislation", she said.
This year's Queen's Speech was due on Monday but has been put off until Wednesday as Theresa May's minority government seeks a deal with the DUP.
The government went on to state that the decision was made after a 'Broad consensus' was reached. The Queen's Speech traditionally takes place during the ceremonial State Opening Of Parliament, setting out the government's proposed legal programme for the coming year.
Such an event is very seldom ever cut short however the time it was cancelled was in 2011 by the then Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government.
The British People were absolutely outraged then and most certainly will be now. The Queen is a prize to the people who worship their royalty with extreme thankfulness and privilege.
In 2011 the outrage over such a move, the first time it had been taken since 1949, was criticized at the time by Labour's Party members calling it an "abuse of power" which was aimed towards benefiting extremely controversial legislation.
Mrs Leadsom went on to announce that in pushing such policies the European Union exit legislation would begin with the "Great Repeal Bill". It certainly would seem as if the government is trying to defy the will of the people who voted in favor of Brexit.
"We will build the broadest possible consensus for our Brexit plans, and that means giving Parliament the maximum amount of time to scrutinise these bills by holding a two-year session of Parliament. It will mean we can work together to deliver a successful Brexit deal and a strong social legislative programme that delivers justice and opportunity to everyone." Leadsom stated.
The government also hopes pass "a domestic agenda which aims to tackle the social injustices in our country" according to their released statements.
This hasn't stopped Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn from making accusation that the government has really no place to make such changes for Brexit,saying they are "in no position to negotiate a good deal for Britain" with the EU.
The Sunday Mirror released an article written by Corbyn where he said that if the prime minister "can't command the support of Parliament, we are ready to take that responsibility".
Undoubtedly the rage and anguish in Britain and all across the EU is coming to a boiling point, where the governments are no longer represented by the people and policy is being decided amongst internal squabbles.