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A ruling on the legality of Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament will be announced by the Supreme Court on Tuesday at 10:30 BST. reports citing BBC.

Ministers say the five-week suspension - or prorogation - is not a court matter, but critics argue the PM wants to limit scrutiny of his Brexit policy.

Parliament is currently due to return on 14 October, with the UK scheduled to leave the EU on 31 October.

The government has said it will "abide by the ruling".

But Mr Johnson has refused to rule out seeking to prorogue Parliament for a second time if the Supreme Court judgement goes against him.

2019.09.23 / 22:54
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