Blow for UK PM Johnson as Scottish court rules suspension of Parliament is unlawful

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The three Scottish judges concluded that the principal reason to prorogue parliament was to prevent it holding the executive to account over Brexit and to allow Johnson to pursue a no-deal Brexit policy.

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Published 2 weeks ago -  02:50

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