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Scottish court: UK parliament suspension is unlawful

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Scottish court: UK parliament suspension is unlawful

Scottish court: UK parliament suspension is unlawful

Scotland&apos;s highest court of appeal ruled on Wednesday that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson&apos;s decision to suspend parliament for five weeks is unlawful, the lawmaker who led the challenge said.

Francesca Lynagh reports.

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