Boris Johnson is set to defend his controversial decision to suspend Parliament for five weeks at the UK’s highest court on Wednesday.
Boris Johnson insisted that he will not delay Brexit, despite his lawyers saying he will comply with a law calling for the October 31 exit date to be postponed if there is no deal.
Thousands of people have marched through Edinburgh in support of the UK remaining in the European Union.
The UK’s highest court has started to consider legal challenges over Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s advice to the Queen to suspend Parliament.
SNP plans could mean more austerity in an independent Scotland not less, according to a think tank.
The UK’s highest court will give its historic ruling on Tuesday over the legality of the five-week suspension of Parliament.
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”.
Her appointment was hardly unexpected, but Royal Bank of Scotland’s decision to select Alison Rose as its next top boss was undeniably momentous.
A no-deal Brexit would be like “burning your house down”, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson is preparing to tell her party conference.