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FT.com Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
Blow for PM as Scottish court rules that five-week suspension of parliament is illegal
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News video: Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament is unlawful, a Scottish court rules

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Three judges at the supreme civil court in Scotland have ruled on Tuesday that UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament is unlawful.

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