December 17 According to the British newspaper The Independent, on the 16th, dissatisfied with the approval of the amendment to the Internal Market Act by Parliament, a British Parliament member shouted at the meeting site and refused to sit down.
Then he took the “Queen’s Scepter” and tried to take it out of the hall. Finally, he was stopped and was stopped and Eject from Parliament. At present, he has been suspended from the House of Commons.
The angry MP named Drew Hendry, who fired at least 40 seconds on the scene and called the Internal Market Act a “democratic atrocities” against Scotland.
Deputy Speaker Rosie Winterton asked him to sit down, but he refused, and also snatched the “Queen’s Scepter” and walked towards the door of the conference hall, which was then stopped by the doorman.” The Queen’s Scepter” symbolizes the authority of the royal family. Without it, Parliament cannot pass any laws.
Hendry is currently officially named and banned from other meetings of the day. This is the first time that members of Parliament have been named in this parliament. Some members of the parliament called Hendry’s behavior “outrageous”. Winterton also called it “very naive”.
According to earlier reports, on the 7th local time, the lower house of the British Parliament voted to restore the provisions of the Internal Market Act that had previously been deleted by the House of Lords.
The relevant provisions have previously been strongly opposed by the European Union because they may allow the British government to overturn part of the previous “Brexit” agreement with the EU, which involves protecting the British internal market and the Northern Ireland peace process. The European Union has been accusing the relevant provisions of violating the “Brexit” agreement and has initiated judicial proceedings.