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British PM could recall parliament if suspension ruled unlawful

Boris Johnson could recall parliament if Britain's highest court rules he unlawfully suspended it, a government lawyer said on Tuesday, after judges heard the prime minister wanted a shutdown because..
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Scottish court rules shutting down UK Parliament was unlawful

A court in Scotland has ruled that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's move to suspend Parliament ahead of the Brexit dead -More- 
SmartBrief - Published Also reported by •NewsyDNA

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UK's top court to rule on parliament suspension [Video]UK's top court to rule on parliament suspension

Britain's Supreme Court is to decide whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson broke the law when he suspended parliament for five weeks in the run-up to Brexit. His challengers say he aimed to thwart..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:53Published

Scottish Court Rules Boris Johnson's Suspension of U.K. Parliament Is Unlawful [Video]Scottish Court Rules Boris Johnson's Suspension of U.K. Parliament Is Unlawful

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..

Credit: Veuer     Duration: 01:04Published

 

Adding to Brexit chaos, Scottish court rules parliament suspension ‘unlawful’

A Scottish court ruled on Wednesday that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament was unlawful, prompting immediate calls for lawmakers to return to work as the executive and legislative..
France 24 - Published Also reported by •NewsyIndiaTimesReutersReuters India

Brexit in chaos after Scottish court rules UK PM Johnson's suspension of parliament was unlawful

Scotland's highest court of appeal ruled that Johnson's decision to prorogue, or suspend, parliament from Monday until Oct. 14 was unlawful -- a blow for the government as it seeks to leave the..
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Boris Johnson broke the law by suspending Parliament, court rules

Edinburgh court rules Johnson had an 'improper purpose' in suspending Parliament for five weeks: to prevent scrutiny of his no-deal Brexit plans.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Scottish Court Rules Boris Johnson’s Suspension of Parliament Illegal

The British prime minister’s decision to send lawmakers home for several weeks during the Brexit crisis “had the purpose of stymying Parliament,” the ruling said.
NYTimes.com - Published Also reported by •FT.comHindu

High Court rules on spoilt ballot paper with 'Brexit' written on that won Cotswold ward for Conservative candidate

high court rules on spoilt ballot paper with 'brexit' written on that won cotswold ward for conservative candidate
The Independent candidate for Tetbury Town, Kevin Painter, took legal action
Stroud Life - Published Also reported by •Gloucestershire EchoGloucester Citizen

Johnson’s suspension of parliament is lawful, High Court rules

Anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller set to appeal against decision at Supreme Court
FT.com - Published

Trump news - live updates: President slates Brexit as court rules Summer Zervos' lawsuit against him can proceed

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Independent - Published

EU takes Britain to top court over commodities tax breaks

BRUSSELS - The European Commission on Thursday took Britain to the bloc's top court for allegedly breaching rules on tax breaks in commodities trading, just two months before Brexit day.
Bangkok Post - Published

UK must take back refugees despite Brexit, EU's top court rules

In a landmark ruling, the ECJ has reaffirmed the UK's current responsibility under Dublin rules. That means British authorities must take back asylum seekers that entered the EU via the UK, even after..
Deutsche Welle - Published

European Union: EU Court Rules That The UK Can Unilaterally Revoke Its Brexit Notice - Shearman & Sterling LLP

The revocation could also only be made after a revocation decision was made by the U.K. according to its constitutional requirements.
Mondaq - Published

UK court rules Scotland partly overstepped powers over Brexit bill

Scotland's devolved parliament partially overstepped its constitutional reach when it passed a Brexit bill designed to ensure it kept all its powers after Britain leaves the European Union, the British..
Reuters - Published

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