Transcript for Brexit: Scottish judges rule suspension of UK Parliament unlawful
Eight bloke Boston decision from a court in Scotland prime minister Boris Johnson acted legally when he suspended economist at it this week. Judges and Scotland's highest court saying the advice Johnson gave to the queen to suspend parliament. Claiming it was necessary to whack on new legislative agenda. In fact had the puppets of stymie in parliament. It the current regs that deadline is Halloween. And Johnson has said that he wants to withdraw the UK from the EU even if that has been named regs that deal Sydney he's having. I have no make his in the UK bigoted to compel Johnson to ask the EU to this and that deadline something he's repeatedly said he does not want to do likewise. But isn't active suspending pollen and many claim this actually a routes that will mean MPs have just shy of two weeks of whacking days before the deadline to ensure this happens. Based claims now backed up by this go to school it's. Lure is an England. Argued that Johnson's suspension of parliament was unlawful but the High Court and England's dismissed that case. Now that scotus judges have ruled otherwise it's not subject to an appeal next week by the Supreme Court the highest court in the land. The UK and now in uncharted constitutional Tara tree. Jeanette McFarland ABC news London.
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