A Scottish Court has refused a motion objected at blocking the United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s proposal to suspend the Parliament from mid-September to October.

In Edinburgh, Judge Lord Doherty of the Court of Session has decided against issuing an interim prohibition – Scotland’s equivalent of an injunction, which would avert the suspension of the Parliament pending a full hearing set for September 6, reported source.

The lawsuit was registered earlier this summer and backed by 75 British MPs.

On Wednesday, PM Johnson has said that the break was compulsory for his government to able to officially introduce its legislative agenda for the coming year.

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