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This ruling is that it was the PM's advice to the Queen on prorogation is unlawful.

That does not (yet) change the prorogation itself. Though of course will add to pressure

Supreme Court on all this is next Tuesday.
Regardless of the final outcome, it is pretty uncomfortable position for the Palace.

HM acts on the Advice of her PM. For a court to rule that advice was unlawful, even if the ruling is later rejected, opens up qs about how that advice is given. She has to be able to trust No.10
To add, this does not mean prorogation will not be affected. But it has been prorogued. It can be recalled.
That said, given the mood in Parliament, I would not put it past any MPs to turn up to work and try and test the judgement.
Also, we are still working this out ourselves. So bear with me on my responses to the judgement.
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