A charity has won a legal battle over Aberdeen City Council after the authority overlooked its status and hammered it with an unfair tax.
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The decision by judges to monitor whether Boris Johnson abides by the Benn Act and seeks a Brexit extension has been welcomed by campaigners.
Judges have delayed ruling on a legal bid aimed at forcing the Prime Minister to send a letter requesting a Brexit extension if no withdrawal deal is reached by October 19.
A UK Government lawyer has told judges the courts would have to “deal with” what happens “in some way” if the Prime Minister breached an order to request a Brexit extension.
Campaigners are expected to lodge an appeal after a judge dismissed a legal action aimed at forcing the Prime Minister to request a Brexit extension if no withdrawal deal is secured with the EU by October 19.
An appeal is to be launched against a dismissal of legal action aimed at forcing the Prime Minister to send a letter requesting a Brexit extension.
Legal action aimed at forcing the Prime Minister to send a letter requesting a Brexit extension has been dismissed, a court has ruled.
A decision is expected to be made on whether the Prime Minister can be forced by the courts to send a letter requesting an Article 50 extension.
The Prime Minister has accepted he must send a letter requesting an Article 50 extension if no deal is agreed with Parliament by October 19, Scotland’s highest civil court has heard.
Brexit talks with Brussels could continue over the weekend as Boris Johnson continues efforts to sell his plans to the European Union.
A judge at Scotland’s highest civil court has said it would be “unprecedented” for an official to exercise powers to sign an Article 50 extension on behalf of Boris Johnson.
Scotland’s highest civil court is to hear arguments over whether the Prime Minister can be forced to extend Article 50.
Boris Johnson faces another showdown with the courts as his opponents look to force a Brexit extension following Europe’s critical response to the UK’s proposals for a deal.
A Highland firm which claimed the government acted unlawfully in giving taxpayers’ money to a competitor has lost its £25 million legal action in Scotland’s highest civil court.
The suspension of Parliament was sought in a “clandestine” manner and the “true reason” for the prorogation was to reduce the time available for scrutiny of Brexit, a senior Scottish judge said.
The Scottish Court of Session’s ruling that the prorogation of Parliament is unlawful has drawn a strong response from the nation’s newspapers.
Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament has been ruled “improper” and “unlawful” by three senior Scottish judges, who concluded it had been done with “the purpose of stymying Parliament”.
A hearing at Scotland’s highest civil court will on Friday continue to examine the planned prorogation of Parliament.
The supreme civil court in Scotland could be poised to release documents about the planned prorogation of Parliament.
An appeal is to go ahead against a ruling by a judge at Scotland’s highest civil court that Boris Johnson’s planned suspension of Parliament is lawful.
A judge at the highest civil court in Scotland has found Boris Johnson’s planned prorogation of Parliament is lawful.
A judge will announce his decision on whether Boris Johnson’s planned prorogation of Parliament is lawful, following claims the PM wants to limit MPs’ scrutiny and their attempts to stop a no-deal Brexit.
Scotland’s top law officer wants to intervene in the legal challenge to stop Parliament being suspended before the Brexit deadline to argue it would be an abuse of power.
Legal action to be heard at Scotland’s highest civil court aimed at stopping Boris Johnson’s ability to suspend Parliament has been brought forward “in the interest of justice”.
Opponents of Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament have been denied an interim interdict by a judge at Scotland’s highest civil court.
A lawyer has urged a court to step in and stop the suspension of Parliament, arguing it would prevent an “abusive” and “unconstitutional” use of government powers.
A legal bid seeking to prevent Prime Minister Boris Johnson from suspending Parliament has begun in Scotland’s highest civil court.
Alex Salmond has been paid £512,250 by the Scottish Government for legal costs relating to the botched internal investigation into his behaviour.
Boris Johnson has said that he expects negotiating a post-Brexit trade deal with the US to be a “tough old haggle”, but that he is confident Britain “will get there”.
Boris Johnson’s Brexit plans could be blown off course early next month after a judge agreed to fast-track a hearing on whether the Prime Minister can legally suspend Parliament to force through a no-deal exit.
A legal challenge to prevent Boris Johnson forcing through a no-deal Brexit by suspending Parliament has been allowed to proceed by the Scottish courts.
A cross-party group of politicians has launched legal action attempting to stop Boris Johnson forcing through a no-deal Brexit by suspending Parliament.