Brexit: Court rules suspension of parliament is unlawful
A Scottish court has ruled Boris Johnson's suspension of the UK parliament is unlawful.
Scotland's highest court of appeal has ruled that the current suspension of the Britain's parliament by Prime Minister Boris Johnson is unlawful. A five-week suspension of Parliament began at the end of Monday's session. Britain is set to leave the European Union on 31st October.
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(Picture: UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson. Credit: REUTERS/Toby Melville/Pool)