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Queen approves Borris Request to suspend Parliament, Brexit inclines towards no-deal option

Breaking News: Pound plunged badly after Queen has approved an order to suspend Parliament on the request of Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Political uncertainty on its peak after Queen’s approval of Borris Request. BBC correspondent already told earlier that Queen has to accept PM Borris request as precedents of British Politics

Time spans shortened and chances of any deal of withdrawal of the UK from the EU have minimized. The UK inclines towards no-deal Brexit and here is how Borris was really intended to push on  

The Monarch has approved an order to prorogue parliament no earlier than September 9 and no later than September 12, despite a petition against the move gaining more than 300,000 signatures in just a few hours.

Therefore, a closed parliament leaves a little over a fortnight for MPs to block a no-deal Brexit before the Halloween deadline.

The petition created by Mark Johnston reads: “Parliament must not be prorogued or dissolved unless and until the Article 50 period has been sufficiently extended or the UK’s intention to withdraw from the EU has been canceled.”

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London Parking rates are as equal as house prices in the rest of the UK

London Parking charges: It is the most compact and busiest metropolitan city in the world. Indeed right to claim its the most expensive when it comes to real estate. Not everyone can dream about buying a home in London. The more you get close to London the more rates will escalate. The far you go rates will be sliced down to normal. But there is something you would be surprised to know that either you buy a home anywhere outside London you have to pay around $250,000 which is almost as equal to buying a parking spot in London. Yes, the cost of the home everywhere in the UK beside London is as much as the starting price of a home in London. Let’s have a close look:

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Drivers in the capital pay an average of £219,000 for a spot to park their car, new research reveals. This is almost enough to buy a home in the rest of the UK, where the average house price is £230,776.

A standard parking space measures 7.9ft by 16ft, putting the average cost of buying parking in London at £1,731.60 per sq ft – on a par with homes in Kensington & Chelsea. In LambethIslington, and Camden, parking spaces sell for over £500,000. The average London home costs £473,822.

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Wandsworth and Westminster also have a parking premium of over £400,000, while the cost of parking topped £100,000 in half of all boroughs, the figures from letting agent Benham and Reeves showed.

The cheapest borough to buy a parking space was Enfield, where the average price was £7,200. Redbridge (£10,417); Lewisham (£15,466); Brent (£20,500); and Hillingdon (£23,245) were the only other boroughs where a parking space cost less than £25,000.

“If you’re buying a flat which is £8 million the idea of spending three percent of that — which equates to about £250,000 — on secure parking for your expensive car in an area like Mayfair where there is very limited parking doesn’t actually seem exorbitant,” said Charles Cridland, technical director of parking space rental website Your Parking Space.

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All standstill due to Power outage all across Britain: Blackout

This was not the weekend Britains have ever expected. All transport, commutation, telecom, underground stations, and electricity halted. It happened due to the shutdown of one of the major London power grid that supplies power to telecom, transport, and homes. Million of commutators have suffered and forced to spend the night in underground stations when London main grid power station stopped supplying power to transport and telecom sector. The Internet stopped working, people forced to a standstill where they were.

Transport and Telecom sectors to be resumed in 24 hours

Restoration of power may take 24 hours

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Blackout effects transportation and telecom badly

A power cut across swathes of England and Wales left almost a million people without electricity as traffic lights were knocked out, trains came to a standstill and aircraft were grounded during rush hour.

Passengers described “apocalyptic” scenes after the outage hit shortly before 5pm on Friday as people prepared to head home for the weekend.

Commuters were left using their phones as torches to find their way out of underground stations and airports, while British Transport Police officers were called in to assist station staff and crowds.

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London Kings Cross station was closed to avoid overcrowding and passengers were also unable to travel from nearby St Pancras. Transport for London drafted in police officers to manage busy junctions.

All standstill due to Power outage all across Britain: Blackout

This was not the weekend Britains have ever expected. All transport, commutation, telecom, underground stations, and electricity halted. It happened due to the shutdown of one of the major London power grid that supplies power to telecom, transport, and homes. Million of commutators have suffered and forced to spend the night in underground stations when London main grid power station stopped supplying power to transport and telecom sector. The Internet stopped working, people forced to a standstill where they were.

Transport and Telecom sectors to be resumed in 24 hours

Restoration of power may take 24 hours

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Blackout effects transportation and telecom badly

A power cut across swathes of England and Wales left almost a million people without electricity as traffic lights were knocked out, trains came to a standstill and aircraft were grounded during rush hour.

Passengers described “apocalyptic” scenes after the outage hit shortly before 5pm on Friday as people prepared to head home for the weekend.

Commuters were left using their phones as torches to find their way out of underground stations and airports, while British Transport Police officers were called in to assist station staff and crowds.

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London Kings Cross station was closed to avoid overcrowding and passengers were also unable to travel from nearby St Pancras. Transport for London drafted in police officers to manage busy junctions.

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