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Johnson likely to lose Supreme Court case: Reports

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TODAY marks the beginning of the official showdown between 10 Downing Street and the Supreme Court in London. Hearings reportedly begin today to determine whether or not, at the idealism of the Supreme Court, Boris Johnson broke the law by suspending parliament and lying to Queen Elizabeth II.

Shami Chakrabarti
 Shami Chakrabarti, the Shadow Attorney General . Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA

According to the Guardian —- the shadow Attorney General does NOT believe that Johnson has the backing to win the case by any means.

“I think the supreme court is highly likely, or certainly, let’s put it this way, equally likely to follow in the direction of the highest court in Scotland,” the Labour peer told the Radio 4 Today programme before the hearing.


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