Scottish Court Rules Boris Johnson's Suspension Of Parliament Is Unlawful
A Scottish court has ruled that Boris Johnson's suspension of the UK Parliament is unlawful.
Judges at the country's highest civil court gave the ruling, finding in favour of a cross-party group of politicians who challenged the prime minister's move.
The panel of judges overruled an earlier decision from the court which ruled last week that Mr Johnson's prorogation - shutting down - of Parliament was not illegal.
However, today's decision will not immediately impact the current suspension of parliamentary proceedings, which began yesterday.