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3623248261?profile=RESIZE_710xThe government acted in "good faith" when it suspended Parliament, according to its chief legal adviser.

Attorney General Geoffrey Cox told MPs he was "disappointed" at the landmark ruling by the Supreme Court that the suspension was unlawful, but respected the judgement.

He then launched a blistering attack on MPs for being "too cowardly" to hold an election, calling them a "disgrace".

MPs returned to work on Wednesday morning as a result of the ruling.


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