Boost for Boris Johnson as English judges say Parliament shutdown cannot be legally challenged

Daily Mail

Explaninh why they threw out a case brought by Remainer Gina Miller, judges in London said proroguing Parliament on Monday was 'purely political' and 'not a matter for the courts'. …

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