Stop 'Father of Lies' Boris Johnson abusing power, Supreme Court told

  The Scotsman 

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Supreme Court judges have been told to “stand up for democracy” against “Father of Lies” Boris Johnson in impassioned argument from the QC representing campaigners seeking to overturn the prorogation of parliament.
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