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Top Court To Rule On Johnson Suspension On Parliament

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Top Court To Rule On Johnson Suspension On Parliament

Top Court To Rule On Johnson Suspension On Parliament

Prime Minister Boris Johnson suspended parliament until shortly before the date for Brexit.

Britain’s top court met on Tuesday to consider whether that decision is illegal.

Scottish judges ruled last week the suspension was unlawful.

Supporters of the legal challenge in the Supreme Court want parliament recalled immediately if it rules against Johnson’s decision.

Critics say he should quit if judges rule against him.

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