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Why the Scottish court ruling on proroguing Parliament is significant

BBC News Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
The BBC's Reevel Alderson explains why the decision by three appeal judges in Edinburgh on the closing of Parliament is significant.
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News video: Scottish court: UK parliament suspension is unlawful

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Scotland&apos;s highest court of appeal ruled on Wednesday that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson&apos;s decision to suspend parliament for five weeks is unlawful, the lawmaker who led the challenge said. Francesca Lynagh reports.

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