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Labour's Barry Sheerman makes a furious speech, calling the attorney general's statement "a disgrace".
The Attorney General, Geoffrey Cox, tells MPs that the current Parliament is a "dead Parliament" and is "too cowardly" to call an election.
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Protesters have gathered in Tavistock to campaign against the decision to suspend Parliament.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's move has been criticised by many who believe it is a way to avoid MPs trying to block the UK leaving the European Union without a deal on 31 October.
Campaigners have been outside Conservative MP Geoffrey Cox's constituency offices in Tavistock.
He is yet to comment on the protest.
In full: Geoffrey Cox tells the BBC's Laura Kuenssberg that he is "completely convinced we must leave".
Attorney General Geoffrey Cox says the government must "seek common ground" with Labour for a "swift exit".
Attorney General Geoffrey Cox tells the House of Commons that today is the "last opportunity" to pass the government's withdrawal agreement with an extension.