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UK court: Boris Johnson's suspension of Parliament unlawful

Japan Today Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
A Scottish court dealt another blow to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit plans Wednesday, ruling that his decision to suspend Parliament less than two months before the UK…
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