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Scottish High Court Challenges UK Parliament Suspension

The United Kingdom's Parliament denied Prime Minister Boris Johnson a snap general election and forced him to forego a "No-Deal" option for Brexit before it was suspended for five weeks on Tuesday. The Scottish and English high courts then came to differing opinions on whether Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament was constitutional, with the Scottish court arguing that it was a deliberate attempt to "stymie Parliament." We'll talk about what lies ahead for the Brexit process and the United Kingdom's government with Adam Roberts, chief Midwest correspondenet for The Economist.

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