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UK Parliament suspension challenge returns to Court of Session

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UK Parliament suspension challenge returns to Court of Session

UK Parliament suspension challenge returns to Court of Session

Legal action aimed at stopping Boris Johnson’s ability to suspend Parliament is to being heard at Scotland’s highest civil court.

At the Court of Session in Edinburgh on August 30, opponents of the Prime Minister's move were denied an interim interdict to halt the prorogation of Parliament by judge Lord Doherty.

A decision was made to bring a full hearing forward to September 3 from September 6 after the judge ruled it would be “in the interest of justice that it proceeds sooner rather than later”.

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