A panel of 11 justices heard appeals over three days arising out of separate legal challenges in England and Scotland, in which leading judges reached different conclusions. She said: "I must repeat that this case is not about when and on what terms the United Kingdom leaves the European Union. We are solely concerned with the lawfulness of the Prime Minister's decision to advise Her Majesty to prorogue Parliament on the dates in question. D epending on the legal basis upon which the judges reach their conclusions, Parliament may have to reconvene if Mr Johnson - who has refused to rule out a second suspension - loses the case.
On Tuesday, the first day of the hearing, Mrs Miller's barrister Lord Pannick QC argued that Mr Johnson's motive for an "exceptionally long" prorogation was to "silence" Parliament, and that his decision was an "unlawful abuse of power". Lord Keen submitted that the courts "must not cross the boundaries and intrude upon the business of Parliament", and confirmed Mr Johnson would comply with the Supreme Court's ruling if it finds his decision was unlawful. M rs Miller's challenge is supported by former prime minister Sir John Major, shadow attorney general Baroness Chakrabarti and the Scottish and Welsh governments, who are all interveners in the Supreme Court case.
There is no way of knowing yet what the Supreme Court will decide, or even how it might issue its verdict. When Lord Pannick asked judges to issue an initial view on whether Parliament should be recalled next week before any fuller verdict later on, his request was firmly brushed off by the President Baroness Hale, who said: "Make no assumptions".
Their decision, she said, would happen as quickly as "humanly" possible — but she indicated that it would not come until early next week, which may suggest that they are not about to issue a snap demand to recall Parliament. B ut if they decide that the prorogation was unlawful, then Parliament could be recalled.
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These are the 11 Supreme Court judges who will consider legal challenges to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament:. L ady Hale, 74, was appointed the first female president of the Supreme Court in after a varied career as an academic lawyer, law reformer and judge. A long-standing champion of diversity in the judiciary, she became the first female justice of the court in October , and was appointed deputy president in June During her time as deputy president, Yorkshire-born Lady Hale ruled on numerous high-profile cases, including the Brexit appeal.
L ord Reed, 63, was appointed deputy president of the Supreme Court in June last year and will replace Lady Hale when she retires in January. H e was educated at the universities of Edinburgh and Oxford before qualifying as an advocate in Scotland and a barrister in England and Wales. L ord Kerr, 71, is the first justice of the court to come from Northern Ireland, where he served as Lord Chief Justice from to L ord Wilson, 74, was appointed in , having previously been a judge in the High Court's family division and the Court of Appeal.
L ord Carnwath, 74, studied at Cambridge and was called to the Bar in He served as Attorney General to the Prince of Wales from to While a judge of the Chancery Division, he was also chairman of the Law Commission and, between and , was Senior President of Tribunals. L ord Hodge, 66, the court's other Scottish justice, was previously the Scottish judge in Exchequer Causes, one of the Scottish intellectual property judges, a judge in the Lands Valuation Appeal Court and a commercial judge.
L ady Black, 65, a justice since , carried out a broad range of civil and criminal work during her early career as a barrister before specialising in family law.
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