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Supreme court ruling on historic Parliament suspension

The Supreme Court has ruled UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament was unlawful. Following this decision the government stated they will “abide by the court’s ruling.” Boris Johnson had attempted to go ahead with a no-deal through proroguing Parliament. It has been suggested the reasoning behind Boris Johnson’s proroguing of Parliament was an attempt to go ahead with a no-deal. Johnson said he has not ruled out the option of proroguing Parliament a second time despite the ruling going against him.

08/10/2019

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