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Blow for UK PM Johnson as Scottish court rules suspension of Parliament is unlawful

Zee News Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
The three Scottish judges concluded that the principal reason to prorogue parliament was to prevent it holding the executive to account over Brexit and to allow Johnson to pursue a no-deal Brexit policy.
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