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Brexit Live: Third day of historic legal case against Boris Johnson
19 September 2019, 05:03
The UK's highest court is set to hear from a host of supporters of a legal challenge over the controversial prorogation of Parliament - including former prime minister Sir John Major.
Lawyers for businesswoman and campaigner Gina Miller argue Prime Minister Boris Johnson's advice to the Queen to suspend Parliament for five weeks was "an unlawful abuse of power".
On Thursday, the third and final day of a historic hearing at the Supreme Court in London, a panel of 11 justices will hear submissions on behalf of Sir John, the Welsh and Scottish governments and Northern Irish victims' campaigner Raymond McCord.
Sir John will not address the court himself, but his lawyers will put forward his argument that the suspension was motivated by Mr Johnson's "political interest" in closing down Parliament ahead of the UK's planned exit from the European Union on October 31.
Watch the coverage of events as they unfold below in the Global's Newsroom live Brexit blog: