Tories Top Lawyer Geoffrey Cox Lies To Parliament

At the Resumption of Parliament today, Attorney General Geoffrey Cox was asked to explain the official Government's position on the Supreme Court Ruling yesterday.

In doing so, Cox LIED to the House.

The initial judgement was NOT 'in favour' (as he claimed) of the Prorogation, it was deemed 'unjudiciable'. They were neither in favour nor against.

His lying to the house - especially from the Attorney General - should now a matter for the Standards Committee.


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