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The Supreme Court will hand down its judgment in the Brexit cases tomorrow morning at 10:30 am. Lady Hale, Lord Reed, Lord Wilson, Lord Hodge, Lord Lloyd-Jones, Lady Arden and Lord Kitchin will be in attendance at the hand down in the cases of R (on the application of Miller) (Appellant) v The Prime

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Police Scotland has spent more than £8 million on establishing a contingency plan for Brexit, new figures reveal. According to a report due to go before the Scottish Police Authority board tomorrow, the force has spent £8,053,218 up to September 9 on planning for Brexit.

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The Supreme Court will begin hearing Brexit-related appeals from tomorrow. The Inner House of the Court of Session ruled last week that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's advice to the Queen to prorogue Parliament was ‘unlawful’.

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Lawyers for 78 parliamentarians who claim that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plan to suspend parliament for five weeks in the run-up to his Brexit deadline was unlawful today said the court fight would continue. After hearing arguments from both sides in the Outer House of the Court of Session

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MPs will today vote on legislation aimed at forcing Prime Minister Boris Johnson to request an extension to the Brexit deadline if the UK cannot reach an agreement with the EU this month on the terms of its withdrawal. In a tense Westminster vote last night, MPs voted by 328-301 to take control of t

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The planned five-week prorogation of Parliament will establish a "dangerous precedent" and undermine the "integrity" of the British constitution, a group of legal academics has warned. In a letter to The Times, the group – which includes Professor Michel Keating of the Univ

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