Indian-Origin Anti-Brexit Campaigner's Case Concludes In UK Supreme Court

PM Boris Johnson arrives by helicopter to visit military personnel at Salisbury Plain training area yesterday

Bercow said in his Thursday speech that it was "astonishing" that anyone entertained the idea of Johnson disobeying the law [prorogation of the parliament], as such a move "would be the most awful example to set to the rest of society".

John Main, who had joined up his personal authorized problem with that of Gina Miller to save lots of the courtroom's time, warned the Supreme Courtroom that if it finds according to a earlier UK Excessive Courtroom ruling that the courts haven't any position to play within the political matter, it could danger permitting any prime minister to droop Parliament in future for "any reason".

"This court will produce an answer as soon as it humanly can".

The U.K. government said Friday it wanted to hear from businesses and members of the public about their priorities for a post-Brexit trade deal with Japan.

Britain's Brexit battle is heading to the country's top court.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is seeking to renegotiate the Brexit deal his predecessor Theresa May reached with the European Union but has vowed to take Britain out of the bloc at the end of October without an agreement if necessary.

O'Neill said it appeared the prime minister's actions in proroguing parliament has had the intent and effect of preventing parliament, impeding parliament, from holding the government politically to account at a time when the government is taking decisions which will have constitutional and irreversible impacts on the country.

If the ruling goes against Johnson, he could be compelled to recall parliament ahead of schedule, giving the legislature additional time to challenge his plan to lead Britain out of the European Union on October 31 with or without a divorce deal.

After furious debate and political defections from his governing Conservative party, Johnson prorogued Parliament until October 14.


The judges, for their part, wondered why Johnson had refused to provide a sworn statement to the court about his reasons for the suspension. "I will wait to see what transpires", Johnson told reporters while on a visit to an army training ground in western England.

Some of Japan's leading companies in Britain have warned of the impact a disorderly exit from the European Union could have on their businesses and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has repeatedly urged Britain to avoid leaving without a deal.

The EU confirmed receipt of the papers, which come after the 28-country bloc (counting Britain, for now) has criticized Johnson for not tabling concrete proposals ahead of an October 31 deadline.

"And the end of it all, if we say that we are supreme and sovereign, and we can make our own way and we can make our own decisions and we are not beholden to somebody else, then that's a good deal".

French President Emmanuel Macron and Finland Prime Minister Antti Rinne alluded the plot, but were slapped down by No10 immediately.

Pro-Brexit British politicians oppose the backstop because it would prevent the United Kingdom from striking new trade deals around the world.

Britain has suggested implementing what it calls "alternative arrangements" - a mix of technology to replace border checks and a common area for agricultural products and animals covering the whole island of Ireland.

"I don't want to exaggerate the progress that we are making", he said.

His representative said that Mr Johnson had suspended Parliament to stop MPs "interfering" with Brexit, the Government says it was just politics. "But we are making progress".

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