UK Parliament’s suspension is unlawful, says Scottish court

UK Parliament’s suspension is unlawful, says Scottish court

Scotland’s highest court of appeal ruled Wednesday that British PM Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend parliament for five weeks is unlawful. The three judges overturned an earlier ruling that the courts did not have the power to interfere in the PM’s political decision to prorogue parliament. The judges added that they were deferring a final decision on a suspension to the UK supreme court.

Timothy
Timothy
Mike McWay
Mike McWay 6 months

Johnson didnt DECIDE to do anything. He made a recommendation to the Queen, and SHE decided to shut it down - and since her decisions are beyond reproach by the legal system (she could literally murder someone and nothing could be done,) the courts have no say in this. christ, I'm American, and even I know how this works.

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