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Scottish judges rule Boris Johnson misled Queen

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Decision says prorogation of parliament is unlawful, in contrast to High Court in London
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News video: Scottish Court Rules Boris Johnson's Suspension of U.K. Parliament Is Unlawful

Scottish Court Rules Boris Johnson's Suspension of U.K. Parliament Is Unlawful 01:04

Scotland's highest civil court has ruled that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s attempt to suspend Parliament less than two months before the United Kingdom is scheduled to leave the European Union is unlawful. Veuer’s Chandra Lanier has the story.

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