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Scottish High Court Rules UK Parliament Suspension Unlawful

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Scottish High Court Rules UK Parliament Suspension Unlawful

Scottish High Court Rules UK Parliament Suspension Unlawful

The ruling is so significant that the court&apos;s website crashed from too many people trying to read it.

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