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U.K. Supreme Court Awards Parliament More Time On Brexit

Newsy Tuesday, 24 September 2019
U.K. Supreme Court Awards Parliament More Time On BrexitWatch VideoThe U.K. Parliament is back in session, thanks to a Supreme Court ruling that overturned its suspension. And that means representatives can pick up right back where they left off when it comes to Brexit.

Prorogation is the technical term for ending one session of parliament and starting a new one. When Prime...
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