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Sunday, 29 September 2019 16:10

When is breaking the law acceptable? When you are a Tory PM

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So much for standing up for Scotland.

Every Scottish Conservative MP suppported the Prime Minister in breaking the law, when Mr Johnson pororoged parliament. 

The court said te proroguing was justicable, unlawful and was null and void.

Why is Mr Johnson still leading the UK Government? Why? As it's obviously ok for a Conservative PM to break the law.

Talk about setting an example.

At least now know that when it comes to the courts, neither the Uk Goverment or the Monarch are above the law.


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