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PM’s suspension of Parliament unlawful, Scottish court rules

WorldNews Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
PM’s suspension of Parliament unlawful, Scottish court rulesA legal bid to challenge the suspension of Parliament has succeeded at the appeal court in Edinburgh. A group of around 70 parliamentarians had appealed against a ruling by a judge that Boris Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament was lawful. Judge Lord Doherty dismissed a challenge against the suspension at the...
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