London (dpa) - The British Supreme Court begins today with its hearing on the compulsory break imposed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Last week, a Scottish court declared the five-week parliamentary resolution unlawful. According to the judge Johnson wanted to put the MPs in the Brexit dispute. The government appealed the verdict. Two more lawsuits against the compulsory break, in front of the High Court in London and the High Court in Belfast, had been rejected. These judgments should also be reviewed from today.
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