During a general election, Speakers do not campaign on any political issues but simply stand as "the Speaker seeking re-election".
There were unprecedented scenes of chaos and anger in the House of Commons overnight as opposition MPs staged a protest against the suspension - a prorogation that House of Commons' Speaker John Bercow called "an act of executive fiat".
Speaker John Bercow was almost blocked from leaving his seat as Remainers attempted to sensationally block the proroguing of Parliament.
One of the UK's longest serving speakers has quit, then, as a No-Deal Brexit keeps gaining momentum.
"He's contravened some conventions and for that, it means his legacy is somewhat in doubt, really, as whether it's a positive or negative".
The Labour party, the Liberal Democrats and the Scottish National Party honoured Mr. Bercow with a standing ovation however the majority of his fellow Conservative party M.P.s remained seated with some of them even refusing to clap. General elections are to be held five years after the last, unless the government loses a vote of no confidence or 2/3 of members agree to early elections.
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He was also praised by Guy Verhofstadt, the European Parliament's Brexit coordinator, who tweeted that he was a "driven Speaker and gifted orator but above all the keeper of the great British parliamentary tradition". Bercow said in response, "I don't care if you don't like it. And whatever you do when you finally step down from Parliament, you do so with the thanks of a very large number of people".
A Government source said they would be "hugely surprised" if Bercow was elevated to the upper chamber, as is customary for speakers leaving office. Our democracy is the stronger for your being the Speaker.
Bercow said he would not contest the next election if parliament voted later on Monday in favour of calling one.
If they did not he announced he would stand down on October 31 - the date Britain is supposed to leave the EU.
Johnson's plans to go ahead with "no-deal" Brexit if need be were thwarted last week, after MPs voted in favor of a bill which would force him to seek a new three-month extension from Brussels if there is no new deal by October 19.