September 25, 2019 15 Commentson
The British Supreme Court has ruled Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend the country's parliament for five weeks "unlawful, void and of no effect." The verdict paves the way for the UK House of Commons to reconvene tomorrow. Johnson, who was in New York for a United Nations summit at the time of the court ruling, promised to respect the top court's decision but "strongly disagreed" with it. He also reiterated his commitment to take his country out of the EU by the end of the next month.