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Brexit news latest: Dominic Raab twice refuses to rule out suspending Parliament again if government loses Supreme Court ruling

29 days ago   |   By Evening Standard

Dominic Raab twice refused to rule out suspending Parliament for a second time if the government loses the Supreme Court ruling.
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WATCH: Would you prorogue again? “Let's wait and see.the lie of the land”, Raab tells Marr

29 days ago   |   By Conservative Home

“We're going to abide by a Supreme Court judgement”
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab tells Marr he will respect the court's legal ruling but refused to rule out suspending Parliament for a second time pic.twitter.com/lUIblH1Y9Q
- BBC Politics September 22, 2019
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David Starkey: How 'EXTREME' Labour used prorogation to drive through nationalisation

David Starkey: How 'EXTREME' Labour used prorogation to drive through nationalisation

29 days ago   |   By Daily Express

BORIS JOHNSON is now awaiting the ruling of the Supreme Court on whether his decision to prorogue Parliament for five weeks was lawful. As anticipation for the ruling grows, famed constitutional expert David Starkey explained to Express.co.uk how the Labour Party, under Clement Attlee, also suspended Parliament in the late Forties, to drive their extensive programme of nationalisation through, but nobody complained.
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Raab refuses to rule out proroguing parliament AGAIN if Boris wins Supreme Court case

Raab refuses to rule out proroguing parliament AGAIN if Boris wins Supreme Court case

29 days ago   |   By Daily Express

DOMINIC RAAB reassured BBC viewers the Government will accept the Supreme Court's upcoming ruling on whether Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament was lawful but refused to rule out a second prorogation should the Prime Minister win his appeal.
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