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Boris Johnson denies lying to the queen in order to shut down Parliament

Boris Johnson denies mendacity to the queen to be able to shut down Parliament

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  1. Welcome to your version of our Russian-abetting Trump

  2. Well, he hasn’t told the truth about anything yet, so why would he start now?

  3. This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original](https://www.businessinsider.com/boris-johnson-denies-lying-to-queen-shut-down-parliament-brexit-2019-9) reduced by 59%. (I’m a bot)
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    > Boris Johnson has denied lying to the queen in order to shut down the UK parliament after a court ruled that his decision to suspend proceedings for five weeks was unlawful.

    > Johnson is under pressure to re-open parliament after the Scottish court of session found that his decision to close down parliament was "Motivated by the improper purpose of stymying parliament… [and] is unlawful".

    > "The High Court in England plainly agrees with us but the Supreme Court will have to decide," Johnson said.

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  4. I guess he also denies sleeping with sheep.

  5. Boris Johnson has denied lying to the queen in order to shut down the UK parliament, after a court ruled that his decision to suspend proceedings for five weeks was unlawful.

    Johnson is under pressure to re-open parliament after the Scottish court of session found that his decision to close down parliament was “motivated by the improper purpose of stymying parliament… [and] is unlawful”.

  6. Water still wet. Why is this even published? Worthy of a headline when he says “there was, perhaps, some things that were left unsaid and some that were, in order to get the country going in the direction which the citizens have chosen”.

  7. You can clearly see he had his fingers crossed,that counts

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