In the UK, MPs opposed to a no-deal Brexit will try to control the parliamentary schedule today and force a vote that would prevent Boris Johnson from going ahead with a no-deal Brexit at the end of October. The urgency of this attempt by those opposed to a no-deal exit from the EU was exacerbated when Johnson took the extraordinary step of prorogation, which basically suspends Parliament for a number of weeks. Under Johnson’s prorogation, Parliament will have only until September 12th to consider a bill blocking a no-deal Brexit. Then, it will not sit again until October 14th, when a new bill would have to be introduced and…