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Boris Johnson broke the law by suspending Parliament, court rules

Brisbane Times Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
Edinburgh court rules Johnson had an 'improper purpose' in suspending Parliament for five weeks: to prevent scrutiny of his no-deal Brexit plans.
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