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1/3 There seems to be a lot of misunderstanding about the prorogation case in Edinburgh’s Court of Session, Scotland’s highest civil court. The case hasn’t been “rejected” or “thrown out” or “dismissed”. Nor is it a victory for those bringing the action, known as the petitioners.
2/3 In fact, not much substantively changed today. The petitioners — a group of parliamentarians led by the SNP’s Joanna Cherry — sought a temporary measure, called interim interdict, to put the suspension on hold while the court considered its legality. However...
3/3 The judge, Lord Doherty, came up with an alternative plan. He simply brought forward the main hearing from the end of next week to Tuesday, ensuring that there would be time to make a decision before the suspension came into effect, rendering an interim order unnecessary.
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