Judges rule UK Parliament suspension is unlawful
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The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has suffered another blow, with judges in Scotland saying his decision to suspend parliament was unlawful. We'll discuss the implications of a landmark ruling.
Also in the programme: After the Israeli Prime Minister announces his intention to annex parts of the West Bank if he's re-elected, we'll be hearing the reaction of the Jordanian Foreign Minister; and a former adviser to President Obama on what next for US foreign policy after the sacking of hawkish US national security advisor, John Bolton's sacking, by President Trump.
(Photo: Mr Johnson has strongly denied suggestions that he was attempting to undermine democracy. Credit: UK Parliament)