Britain's Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson has expelled many of his own MPs and shut down parliament, but not before it legislated to force him to delay Brexit. Will he follow the law?
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has denied that he lied to Queen Elizabeth II over his reasons for proroguing Parliament. The five-week suspension was ruled unlawful by a Scottish court.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has expelled many of his own MPs, while parliament has legislated to force him to delay Brexit. Will he obey the law? Conflict Zone meets one of his pro-Brexit MPs, Andrew Bridgen.
The UK Parliament will be suspended Monday evening following a vote on a snap election. The queen has given "royal assent" to a law that aims to prevent a no-deal Brexit. Follow along for the latest from Parliament.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has told DW she hopes the UK's Supreme Court rules that the prorogation of parliament was unlawful. Judges must choose between Scottish and English interpretations of the law.
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