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A Cabinet minister has raised accusations of "bias" against the judiciary after a Scottish court ruled Boris Johnson had misled the Queen when he “unlawfully” prorogued Parliament.

Three judges accused the Prime Minister of suspending the Commons for the “improper purpose of stymying Parliament” over his Brexit plans and said last Monday’s prorogation was “null and of no effect”.

But Kwasi Kwarteng, the business minister, said that voters were "beginning to question the partiality of the judges" and accusing them of "interfering in politics".

It came after a Number 10 source had suggesting that 78 opposition MPs and peers had chosen to fight the case in Scotland rather than England “for a reason”,...

A Cabinet minister has raised accusations of "bias" against the judiciary after a Scottish court ruled Boris Johnson had misled the Queen when he “unlawfully” prorogued Parliament.

Three judges accused the Prime Minister of suspending the Commons for the “improper purpose of stymying Parliament” over his Brexit plans and said last Monday’s prorogation was “null and of no effect”.

But Kwasi Kwarteng, the business minister, said that voters were "beginning to question the partiality of the judges" and accusing them of "interfering in politics".

It came after a Number 10 source had suggesting that 78 opposition MPs and peers had chosen to fight the case in Scotland rather than England “for a reason”,...

A Cabinet minister has raised accusations of "bias" against the judiciary after a Scottish court ruled Boris Johnson had misled the Queen when he “unlawfully” prorogued Parliament.

Three judges accused the Prime Minister of suspending the Commons for the “improper purpose of stymying Parliament” over his Brexit plans and said last Monday’s prorogation was “null and of no effect”.

But Kwasi Kwarteng, the business minister, said that voters were "beginning to question the partiality of the judges" and accusing them of "interfering in politics".

It came after a Number 10 source had suggesting that 78 opposition MPs and peers had chosen to fight the case in Scotland rather than England “for a reason”,...

A Cabinet minister has raised accusations of "bias" against the judiciary after a Scottish court ruled Boris Johnson had misled the Queen when he “unlawfully” prorogued Parliament.

Three judges accused the Prime Minister of suspending the Commons for the “improper purpose of stymying Parliament” over his Brexit plans and said last Monday’s prorogation was “null and of no effect”.

But Kwasi Kwarteng, the business minister, said that voters were "beginning to question the partiality of the judges" and accusing them of "interfering in politics".

It came after a Number 10 source had suggesting that 78 opposition MPs and peers had chosen to fight the case in Scotland rather than England “for a reason”,...