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"No
prime minister has abused his powers in the manner in which we allege in
at least the last 50 years"

Lord Pannick,
representing Gina Miller, on why Boris Johnson's suspension of
Parliament should be a matter for the courts to rule
on

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BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) September
17, 2019

19 comments for: WATCH: Against the prorogation. “No Prime Minister has abused his powers in the way in which we allege in at least the last 50 years”

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