Brexit: Supreme Court rules Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament illegal

Boris Johnson’s Brexit plans have suffered a setback after his prorogation of Parliament was ruled unlawful in the Supreme Court.

The fallout from a historic Supreme Court ruling that found Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament unlawful is today splashed over the front pages of the UK’s newspapers.

The Prime Minister has maintained a defiant tone in saying he disagrees with the court’s verdict and Downing Street has made it clear he will not resign following the decision.

But the Financial Times, the Daily Mirror and The Guardian have led a push for the PM to step down, with the FT’s damning leading article saying he would resign if he had a “shred of respect” for British democracy and the responsibilities of office.

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