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Boris Johnson's government tells the U.K. Supreme Court that it would consider suspending Parliament a second time even if it loses the current case

"Voting for a Tory deal is a very difficult thing for Labour MPs to do." Tom Hamilton, a former Labour strategist, says opposition MPs will have lots to think about before supporting any #Brexit  deal Boris Johnson brings back to parliament. Read more:

Parliament could remain suspended even if court rules it unlawful, Boris Johnson argues

The three-day Supreme Court hearing on whether Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament was unlawful has finished Catch up on the main developments and find out what could happen next 👇 [tap to expand]

John Bercow could recall Parliament next week if Boris Johnson fails to comply with a Supreme Court's decision against Parliament prorogation

Here's what happened at the @UKSupremeCourt  as Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament was challenged. Sky News takes a look at how we got here, what has happened in the case so far - and what could happen next....

Here's what happened at the @UKSupremeCourt  as Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament was challenged. Sky News takes a look at how we got here, what has happened in the case so far - and what could happen next....

"I will wait to see what transpires" Boris Johnson says he 'has the greatest respect for the judiciary' as the Supreme Court is in deliberation about whether his prorogation of UK Parliament was unlawful. Their verdict is expected next week.

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Boris Johnson’s suspension of UK Parliament is unlawful, judges at Scotland’s highest civil court rule

Boris Johnson’s attempt to suspend parliament to avoid scrutiny of his plans for a reckless No Deal Brexit is an outrage and a threat to our democracy. Labour will work across Parliament to hold the government to account and prevent a disastrous No Deal.

How are you marking International Day of Democracy? Here's what's going on in Parliament this week, thanks to Boris Johnson.

These Conservative MPs warned against the proroguing of parliament. Now they are all cabinet ministers in Boris Johnson's government.

24 July 2019: Queen makes Boris Johnson Prime Minister on the basis that he can command a majority of the House of Commons. 28 August 2019: Boris Johnson asks the Queen to suspend Parliament because he can't.

Boris Johnson's intentions are clear: suspending Parliament, a crash out Brexit and blaming MPs for the chaos We will not be bullied. We will not surrender parliamentary sovereignty to the right wing cabal in Number 10 MPs must unite to stop this abuse of executive power

Boris Johnson has made no new proposals to the EU. He is not negotiating. There will be no deal to vote for after 14 October. The time to #StopTheCoup  is next week. It's the people and Parliament versus the privileged elite. Pls RT.

If Boris Johnson tries to shut down Parliament to drive through No Deal - which most voters rejected in the 2017 election - that's a coup d'état, and we should all take to the streets and peacefully occupy the House of Commons in the name of democracy. #BlockTheCoup 

A Brexit poll has come under fire for the way they asked the question, so we want to ask you: Do you agree that Boris Johnson needs to deliver Brexit by any means, including suspending parliament if necessary, in order to prevent MPs from stopping it?

Today was the first time I faced Boris Johnson in Parliament. He said he "struggled" to discover a question in what I'd said. In fact, I asked him 10 things and he failed to answer a single one:

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