Last Wednesday the disappointments and failures concerning the Brexit matter turned into anger in the UK House of Commons as lawmakers start to question the government over its unwillingness to apologize for the lawless acts. The surge of anger also punished Prime Minister Boris Johnson for his language regarding a murdered MP. The House of Commons came back to its regular activities last Tuesday after the UK Supreme Court decision. The decision stated that the Conservative government had committed unlawful actions to suspend the parliament.
US is considering investment restrictions over China
Weekly Report - 02/10/2019