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More than one million sign petition against suspending Parliament

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More than one million sign petition against suspending Parliament

More than one million sign petition against suspending Parliament

More than one million people have signed a petition calling on Boris Johnson not to suspend Parliament amid growing anger over the decision.

The plan to suspend Parliament was heavily criticised by opposition parties, as well as by some Conservative MPs, and there are legal challenges in the English and Scottish courts.

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