Tuesday 24 September
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24 September 2019
What does the UK Supreme Court’s judgement that prorogation of parliament was unlawful mean for Boris Johnson and Brexit? Plus: what’s been achieved at the UN climate summit in New York and the business headlines.
24 September 2019
Political commentator Carole Walker explains what the UK Supreme Court’s judgement that Boris Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament was unlawful means for the UK, the approaching Brexit deadline and prime minister himself.
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