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Britain's Supreme Court to decide if UK PM's suspension of parliament is legal

WorldNews Tuesday, 17 September 2019
Britain's Supreme Court to decide if UK PM's suspension of parliament is legalPrime Minister Boris Johnson's government will head to Britain's top court on Tuesday in a bid to overturn his decision to suspend parliament until shortly before the date for Brexit. Last week Scotland's highest court ruled that the suspension was unlawful and was an "egregious" attempt to stymie parliament. On Tuesday, protestors gathered outside the court, some dressed as the Hulk. It comes after Mr Johnson compared himself to the Incredible Hulk, poised to break free of the EU’s “manacles”, saying: “The madder Hulk gets, the stronger Hulk gets.” The legal move comes...
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