The case has been referred to the UK Supreme Court, where it will be heard next week.
Day two of three-day hearing on the PM's decision to suspend parliament takes place at the UK Supreme Court today (September 18).
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Nicky Morgan has defended Boris Johnson's decision to prorogue Parliament until mid-October, saying: "We need a vigorous domestic agenda, and we need a Queen's speech to make that happen". The culture..
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