LONDON, Sep. 6 (EUROPE PRESS) -.
The London High Court has rejected the appeal against the parliamentary suspension requested by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, although the ruling is not final and it is possible to appeal to the Supreme Court, where it could be examined on September 17.
Johnson requested at the end of August the end of Parliament's session and a period of cessation of activities that includes mid-September and mid-October. The deputies would return to work shortly before the Brexit date, set for now for October 31.
The London High Court has ruled on Friday following an appeal filed by activist and businesswoman Gina Miller, which has received among other support from former Prime Minister John Major. The plaintiff attributed to Johnson an “illegal abuse of power,” according to BBC public television.