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London court rejects bid to stop PM Johnson's suspension of parliament

Reuters Friday, 6 September 2019
London's High Court on Friday rejected a legal challenge against British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament before Brexit, but said it could still be taken to the Supreme Court for a final appeal.
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