UK PM Johnson spoke to Queen Elizabeth after Supreme Court ruling: official

Reuters 1 month ago

NEW YORK (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke to Queen Elizabeth after the Supreme Court ruled he acted unlawfully when he advised her to suspend parliament just weeks before Brexit, a government official said on Tuesday.

Asked if it had been an apologetic call, the official declined to discuss the content of the conversation.


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