Conservative Party members chose Boris Johnson to be our next Prime Minister, with one aim - to deliver Brexit. His first session in Parliament as PM did not go as planned and he lost his majority within two days. His attempts to call an early General Election also failed, and it was not long before Parliament was suspended by prorogation.
So far, Boris Johnson's premiership has been a strict one. He has expelled more than 20 of his own MPs for voting against him, which has not gone down well in some quarters. Some Conservative MPs have even resigned their posts in protest.
Johnson's declaration that he would rather "die in a ditch" than ask the EU for a further extension to Article 50, puts him on a collision course with MPs who voted by a clear majority to force his hand. How will he avoid this, when doing so would be illegal? We'll just have to wait and see.