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Scottish Court Says Johnson's Suspension Of U.K. Parliament Is Illegal

NPR Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
The Court of Session says the prorogation "was unlawful because it had the purpose of stymying Parliament" ahead of the Oct. 31 Brexit deadline.
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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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