Boris Johnson says claims that he lied to the Queen are ‘absolutely not’ true – video

The prime minister has denied lying to the Queen over the suspension of parliament. His government has repeatedly claimed it prorogued parliament because it wants a Queen’s speech in October, but opponents have argued the move was designed to limit the time available to MPs to pass laws that might obstruct a no-deal Brexit. The allegation that Johnson might have lied to the monarch about his reasons for prorogation was fuelled by yesterday’s judgment from the Scottish court that the suspension was unlawful

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