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UK Supreme Court ruling on suspending parliament is a warning for Australian pollies

SBS Saturday, 28 September 2019
The UK Supreme Court ruled there was no good reason for Boris Johnson to advise the Queen to prorogue parliament. What does this mean for Australia?
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