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Boris Johnson suspending Parliament was unlawful, court rules – live updates

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Boris Johnson suspending Parliament was unlawful, court rules – live updatesThe Commons was suspended on Tuesday until mid-October but judges in Scotland have said that was unlawful
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News video: Boris Johnson: I did not lie to the Queen over Parliament’s prorogation

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Boris Johnson has denied lying to the Queen in order to secure the suspension of Parliament. Scotland's highest civil court ruled on Wednesday that the five-week prorogation was unlawful because it was obtained for the "improper purpose of stymying Parliament". However, the Prime Minister insisted he...

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