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Improper Purposes: Boris Johnson’s Suspension Of Parliament – OpEd

Eurasia Review Friday, 13 September 2019 ()
There was something richly amusing in the move: three judges, sitting in Scotland’s highest court of appeal, had little time for the notion that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s suspension, or proroguing, of parliament till October 14, had been lawful. Some 78 parliamentarians had taken issue with the Conservative leader’s...
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