UK Supreme Court rules parliament suspension unlawful – BBC News
UK Supreme Court rules parliament suspension unlawful – BBC News UK Supreme Court rules parliament suspension unlawful – BBC NewsGood evening from Westminster, where the highest court in the United Kingdom has delivered a devastating ruling for Boris Johnson and his government, 11 justices of the UK Supreme Court agreed unanimously that the prime minister’s decision ask the queen to suspend Parliament. The five weeks was unlawful and the judges took the view that the suspension was designed to frustrate Harlem from scrutinizing the government as the brexit deadline approaches, and they declared suspension had had an extreme effect on our democracy. Tomorrow morning, including labor, Jeremy corbyn have called on him to resign political report well and truly campaigners and lawyers gathering at the highest court in the land ready to pass judgment on the prime minister when it came, the ruling was polite but devastating to Johnson broke the Law decision to advise her majesty chaparro Parliament was unlawful because it had the effect of frustrating or preventing the ability of parliament to carry out its constitutional functions without reasonable justification. Jubilations outside in the rain, restore some kind of hope he’s right when he spend or pero Parliament for 5 weeks suspicious. He done it to close down debate on brexit, Which democracy was Xtreme. No justification for taking action with such extreme effect has been put before the court. The conclusion legal advice to her majesty was unlawful void of no effect. Parliament has not been the government flowers a few weeks ago did not expect this. The courts traditionally allergic to politics and stay well away, but the other side’s legal dream came true best. Prime minister must open the doors of parliament tomorrow and peace must get back and be Brave and Bold in holding this unscrupulous government to account. Thank you. So what? Next immediate calls to New York in miles away for the Prime Minister, told dacious move condemned by the court to be a reason shine a light, so it snow emergency this morning which you may have picked up on them. The Establishment is trying to stop him highest respect, of course, for the pendants of our coats, but I must say I strongly disagree with this judgment. We in the UK, from getting on and delivering on the will of the people who come out of the EU on October Supreme Court has made a serious mistake, extending its reach into Political Masters, Atlantic politicians trying to peer into the future the opposition sniff opportunity conference In Brighton disrupted, I’m delighted by the news, a function for democracy and an abuse of power by him, and I invite Boris Johnson in the historic, was to consider his position. What member of the government told the BBC, the Prime Minister should quit, but that’s far from widespread and Tony Sacco’s at this stage, instead he’s replacing the tourist in the House of Commons taking their seats on the green benches themselves, punched in the taxi going back to Parliament, Parliament should never be suspended, suspended, read one minute pump in the rain. I have instructed the house authorities to prepare to prepare for the resumption of the business of the House of Commons, the House of Commons 6 tomorrow, and that it does so at 11:30 a.m. actually. The alliance of former Tories still Rebels might try to take control again. After the government’s approach went so wrong, still coordinating with the opposition parties, he does not want to be held to account. He does not want to have to answer questions about his disastrous brexit policy, and in doing so he was prepared to mislead the queen country with Boris Johnson. Do the decent and honorable thing then. I think Parliament has adjusted to come together to force him out of office three votes of confidence who is in Forrest, Johnson’s Corner. It looks the Lord is with me now outside Parliament. Let’S just reflect on what today has meant and the fact that it was a jaw-dropping moment in the Supreme Court. It is a real humiliation for prime minister, whose Laura’s did not sync a few weeks ago. It would be controversial, and yet here we have the highest court in the land finding against a serving prime minister. That is a huge moment not just for the country. We’Ve never seen anything like this happen before in recent time, but of course, when it comes to the politics, does it make a substantial difference immediately? Your position does not work. I’M Boris Johnson still says he wants to have a general election, but at this moment the opposition parties aren’t going to back that. I, when it comes to the big quote, answer those advices who were involved in the original decision. The Supreme Court was highly critical of the Goblins tastes, so what does this mean for the relationship between coats in Germany in the future? What you watching, never small hours of September 10th, the Lancet the ceremony was Boyd and had no effect has not been provoked. This is the unanimous Judgment of all 11 justices. Parliament has made it clear discharge when was a one-off, but its implications will ecodyne British history around Parliament Square in Westminster. There are hidden power lines, a triangle of authority that joins the houses. The government focused on 10 Downing Street on the Judiciary in the Supreme Court today the justices explain the fundamental principle of British democracy is that the prime minister is accountable to Parliament. They also stated that the courts and supervise government for centuries established in 2009 to replace the Lord’s is the UK’s most senior judicial body today, so the Supreme Court I’m cold. So far with this unanimous judgment, the judges have really set down a marker about Volvo. As a constitutional Court as a check on government and independent parliamentary sovereignty, it’s pretty much bigger than that. This is about how a parliamentary democracy, what is crossing the line politics Diamond Street to suggested, but the justices were adamant. They had a responsibility to question. The motives of the Prime Minister, pointing out heat, failed to submit a witness statement under oath his reasons for suspending Parliament evidence. The Supreme Court says it’s had with this memo sent by Nikki Dacosta, Boris Johnson’s advisor recommending suspension, Boris Johnson kicked yes, this is a completed Papa constitutional procedure to advise the queen to suspend Parliament advice. She was obliged to accept. The process was unlawful. The justices said and ended, criticism of Boris Johnson. The judgement suggested he ignored constitutional responsibilities in favor of party political self-interest know where is the leader of seeking to promote its own policies? The justices said steps to comply with the terms of any declaration made by this quote tomorrow morning. Parliament will sit once more its Sovereign Place in our democracy restored and enhanced, but it would be a fresh tone. Today’S judgment is, it opens its doors after the Prime Minister, but never close them Mark Easton BBC News Parliament Square importance of today’s ruling unanimously by the high school to the land 2 of unlawfully advised the mother of the realm to suspend The Sovereign body in our Constitution, Parliament, at a time of national crisis, with the effect that his government streets and Ice during that period, the stuff of effect TV dramas teaching about public Bodega by Minister, could be. The prime minister is lawful or not attention in all Constitution between small group of independent judges who, through the mechanism of judicial review, to hold the might of government in its track. If what ministers have done is unlawful now, political decision-making. That is a very firm remind at, but no one is above the law, but that’s pretty much again for that Supreme Court ruling. But they refused to say whether Mr Johnson had apologized to the queen have no comment from Buckingham Palace. No official reaction from Buckingham Palace to that Supreme Court ruling safe to confirm that conversation between Boris Johnson and the Queen’s it take place earlier today we don’t know the contents of that. As you said, we don’t know whether the Prime Minister apologized to the queen for putting air in that tricky position which frankly, kicked off weeks ago tomorrow. When those three privy council members led by Jacob Riis, came Headstart to Balmoral, interrupted the queen during her summer holiday and advised her to prorogue Parliament, you know I think this ruling other than the court cases that preceded it, half Sean a light on the relationship. Demonic. 8:30 holiday over the many decades of her to keep her above politics, keep her neutral in the whole point of a constitutional Monica is a politician’s. Do not to do things that may embarrass the queen lead to expose her to criticism or question, and I think that will be many. The field, the birthstones of Johnson’s actions, have put them on this evening in a very uncomfortable position, at the very least, cost a shot of on the relationship between the monarchy and how governments going forward. All the tension and drama. Westminster want to vote is in other parts of the UK makeup. What’S happened to you this week, the city with the highest leave vote back in 2016.. Full site has been getting views from their end from them, which voted remain remain. People are simply fed up with how brexit been handled anymore of this lost the will to live anymore, rolling with a difference. The same people who bought them boys for bucking people, have voted to leave than any other city in the UK. I’M just wet his confusion about what happens now. This is much anger, wrangling in Westminster as it Boris, Johnson’s actions. I think it’s just, I think he’s a good prime minister leave work here in the Midlands in the North. Face isn’t always will Target, isn’t an action or suicide brexit everyone in forever. So what we’re getting is exactly what we deserved. You know if he’s done wrong. Welcome to the new Parliament returning boot provides a split down the middle. You know that’s hard with everybody. You know I see each other’s necks, but again it’s tearing me apart. Frustration at this whole brexit process seems to be cross country. On a 205 BBC News Stoke-on-Trent, The highest court in the United Kingdom has delivered a devastating ruling for Boris Johnson and his government. Eleven justices of the UK Supreme Court agreed unanimously that the Prime Minister’s decision to ask the Queen to suspend Parliament for 5 weeks was unlawful. The judges took the view that the suspension was designed to frustrate Parliament from scrutinising the government as the Brexit deadline approaches. And they declared that the suspension had had an extreme effect on our democracy. The House of Commons will now resume its business on Wednesday morning. Boris Johnson who’s been in New York at the United Nations says he ‘strongly disagrees’ with the ruling. His opponents, including Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn, have called on him to resign. Huw Edwards unravels today’s events on the BBC News at Ten with the BBC’s political editor Laura Kuenssberg, home editor Mark Easton, legal correspondent Clive Coleman, Scotland correspondent Lorna Gordon and political correspondent Alex Forsyth.
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