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Scottish court rules suspension of UK parliament 'unlawful'

SBS Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament is unlawful, a Scottish court has ruled.
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Tory rebel MP Alistair Burt says a decision by Scotland's highest civil court that Boris Johnson's suspension of Parliament was unlawful is 'pretty damaging'. Mr Burt said a shorter period of prorogation would have been more acceptable. Report by Barnesj. Like us on Facebook at...

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