Prime Minister Boris Johnson will comply with the Supreme Court’s ruling if it concludes his advice to the Queen to suspend Parliament for five weeks was unlawful, the court has heard.
Boris Johnson is set to defend his controversial decision to suspend Parliament for five weeks at the UK’s highest court on Wednesday.
Thousands of people have marched through Edinburgh in support of the UK remaining in the European Union.
Jo Swinson has pledged to revoke Article 50 on day one of her premiership if she is elected to Number 10.
Scotland's Brexit minister has said the path to an independent Scotland joining the EU is more open than it has ever been before, sentiments shared by former council president Herman Van Rompuy.
Parliament may remain suspended even if Boris Johnson loses a historic Supreme Court case over the five-week prorogation.
Boris Johnson did not advise the Queen to suspend Parliament for five weeks for any “improper purpose”, Supreme Court justices have heard.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a wait for a ruling from the UK’s highest court over his advice to the Queen to suspend Parliament for five weeks.
The decision by judges to monitor whether Boris Johnson abides by the Benn Act and seeks a Brexit extension has been welcomed by campaigners.
The UK’s highest court has been urged to find that Boris Johnson’s advice to the Queen to suspend Parliament was “of no legal effect”.