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John Bercow: Parliament must resume after Supreme Court ruling

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John Bercow: Parliament must resume after Supreme Court ruling

John Bercow: Parliament must resume after Supreme Court ruling

House of Commons speaker John Bercow addresses the press on College Green, Westminster, where he welcomes the Supreme Court's ruling that the Government's prorogation of Parliament was unlawful.

Mr Bercow said MPs will now resume Parliamentary business on Wednesday morning, following the unanimous decision by Supreme Court judges on Tuesday September 24.

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