"He says there will still be a Queen's Speech. Well, how will he have a Queen's Speech without Parliament being prorogued first? Because, normally, that is what happened. But we are not in normal circumstances. So clearly, at the moment, the response from Downing Street - trying to workout just what's happening back on the ground in the UK - is a note of defiance and a degree of push-back."
BBC News also reported that members of opposition parties meeting to discuss vote of no confidence.