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This should be a shot of Boris Johnson apologising abjectly, but it’s actually the moment the Queen appointed him as prime minister. The only person who doesn’t regret that act now is probably BoJob.

This has to be a transparent bid to stop Parliament from discussing the latest attempt at a Brexit deal, right?

Either that or we’ve drifted into a time warp and are being forced to relive the same events again and again, with only minor differences, until someone finds a way to break the sequence…

I mean, Boris Johnson has no new policies at all – otherwise he would have announced them during the Conservative conference, and he didn’t.

But he still means to shut Parliament down all over again on October 8, in order to re-open it on October 14 with a Queen’s Speech.

What will it be written on – the back of a fag packet?

The big question is whether the Queen will accept a second attempt to gag our democratically-elected representatives.

We’re told she has sought advice on the mechanism that enables a monarch to sack a prime minister, and it seems Mr Johnson is daring her to do it.

So let’s cut this down to the bare essentials.

Mr Johnson has been fashioning a rude argument that Brexit is a confrontation: “The people v Parliament”.

In fact we know he is lying – he actually means it is Boris Johnson v Parliament.

But now it seems he is making it Boris Johnson v The Queen. Who’ll win, do you think?

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