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Eleven judges found Boris Johnson broke the law. Why is he still Britain's prime minister?

SBS Wednesday, 25 September 2019
The UK Supreme Court has delivered a huge blow to Boris Johnson's authority, so what's next for his leadership and the already torturous Brexit process?
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