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UK PM Johnson defeats court challenge over suspension of parliament order

Reuters Friday, 6 September 2019
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted lawfully when he ordered the suspension of parliament for five weeks before Brexit, London's High Court ruled on Friday, but it allowed the the legal challenge to be taken to the Supreme Court.
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Anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller makes a statement outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London having attended the judicial review hearing into the decision to prorogue Parliament. A legal challenge brought over Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament for five weeks has...

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