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Boris Johnson returns to parliament he unlawfully suspended

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Boris Johnson returns to parliament he unlawfully suspended

Boris Johnson returns to parliament he unlawfully suspended

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson returned to face the nation's parliament on Wednesday a day after the Supreme Court ruled he acted unlawfully when suspending the legislature earlier this month.


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