BORIS Johnson compared himself to the mythological Greek god who was cruelly punished for giving fire to mankind in a speech at the UN.
The PM suffered a setback yesterday in his mission to deliver Brexit when the Supreme Court ruled his UK Parliament shutdown was unlawful.
In another development the PM also had his first meeting with Iran’s president Hassan Rouhani last night in a bid to broker an end to the Gulf crisis.
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SUN readers reacted with fury after the Supreme Court ruled Boris Johnson’s shutdown of Parliament was unlawful:
Supreme Court – What happens next? Brexit could be delayed and Boris Johnson may face confidence vote after sensational ruling:
Judges blew their hallowed status with the Supreme Court ruling and will now be fair game for public scrutiny:
Elsewhere Donald Trump last night promised to “quadruple” trade between the US and Britain with a post-Brexit deal. He made the offer to console Boris Johnson over the Supreme Court verdict on his suspension of Parliament.
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