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Prime Minister’s motive for prorogation was to silence Parliament, court hears

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Prime Minister’s motive for prorogation was to silence Parliament, court hears

Prime Minister’s motive for prorogation was to silence Parliament, court hears

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s motive for an “exceptionally long” prorogation was to “silence” Parliament, Supreme Court justices have heard.

Lawyers for Gina Miller, who is bringing a challenge over Mr Johnson’s advice to the Queen to suspend Parliament for five weeks, told the UK’s highest court that the Prime Minister’s decision was an “unlawful abuse of power”.

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