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Grep the queen's spell and lifted it above his head to deafening rage

the Scenes that unfolded in the british house of commons yesterday evening, for most norwegians appear to be totally puzzling.

It was towards the end of a heated debate, which came in the wake of the prime minister Theresa May yesterday decided to postpone the historic brexitavstemningen in the house of commons, that the startling event took place.

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For when the government formally had declared that they were not interested to continue the debate in the parliament, marched suddenly Labour politician Lloyd Russell-Moyle out on the floor.

Where he grabbed hold of him in the "queen's spell", a gilded sølvsepter, and lifted it over his head, to the deafening outrage from large parts of the assembly.

"Shame you! Shame you!" and "Throw him out!", one could hear the british top politicians yell.

Russell-Moyle was quickly stopped when he tried to leave the saddle with the stake raised high. The leader of the house of commons, John Bercow, demanded immediately that the stake was laid down again, before a female politician took it back from the Russell-Moyle with power.

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With the stick safely in place, the Russell-Moyle ordered to leave the hall. There, he refused to join in, all the way to the Bercow came with the following statements:

- no, No. He must leave the room, if not, he is escorted out. He shall go out.

Here is required, there is probably an explanation.

For it was not to talk about any stake. The aforementioned stake is an important seremonistav, as at several ceremonies in parliament, carried in the front of the procession. During negotiations in the house of commons, as of yesterday, is the stake on the table in front of the leader of the house of commons. Where is it to represent the queen's authority in parliament, and without it can't parliament meet or make new laws.

In meeting with reporters after the event, " explained Russell-Moyle that he lifted seremonistaven to demonstrate against the government.

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- a symbolic gesture to raise the stake and remove the should demonstrate that parliament's will to control no longer exists. It's been removed. I felt that the parliament, in reality, had given up its sovereign right to manage properly, " he said, according to The Guardian.

They stopped me before I came out of the room, and I had no plans to fight with someone who was equipped with a large sword, he continued and pointed to the guards in the house of commons.

"Professional killjoy"

It is not the first time seremonistaven, which is of gilded silver, has been attempted to be removed.

The revolutionary 1600-tallslederen Oliver Cromwell, as the NTB in 2004, baptized a puritansk dictator and professional killjoy, stands behind one of the most well known events - which took place almost 400 years ago.

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In 1653 ensured the fresh ruler in England to dissolve the Parliament and to oust the representatives home. Before he came so far he called seremonistaven for "an idiots tool" and ordered his soldiers to take it.

Cromwell, who is known to have cut the head of the Charles in 1649 - and to have abolished the office as hoffnarr, was also voted by Bbc listeners to a 6. place on a selection of the previous årtusenets most significant people.

Several times

Monday's event was the fifth in the last century:

1930: Labour representative John Beckett was deported from the house of commons for having "shown a lack of respect" to the seremonistaven, after attempting to take it out of the building.

1976: Michael Hesltine, a member of The conservative party, raised the stake up over his head in protest at Labour politicians sang his famous kampsang "The Red Flag".

1988: Labour representative Ron Brown threw seremonistaven in the ground in protest against the government's proposed new tax rules. The stake was partially destroyed, and Brown may nicely find themselves in to pay 1500 pounds in repair costs.

2009: Labour representative John McDonnell was suspended from the house of commons in five days. It happened after he interrupted a debate about the relocation of Heathrow airport by grasping the stake and fling it into a free chair.

THE TRIP: prime Minister Theresa May traveled on Tuesday to the Hague and Berlin to discuss the brexitavtalen with, respectively, the Netherlands ' prime minister Mark Dough and Germany's prime minister Angela Merkel. Photo: Henry Nicholls / Reuters / NTB Scanpix Show more an emergency meeting

After the fierce debate on Monday, was it Monday clear that it will be hold a referendum on brexit agreement within 21. January 2019.

It confirms the Prime minister's office on Tuesday, after the vote that was scheduled was postponed indefinitely. The reason was that it seemed to go against a clear defeat for the hard-pressed british prime minister.

It happens, however, is not without controversy. After that Theresa May had pushed for the vote in the house of commons on Monday would go on as planned, she settled in going full retreat when it dawned on her that the agreement was in danger of being scrapped.

Therefore, it is now called into an emergency meeting in the british parliament, where they will discuss the government's handling of the events of the past day.

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