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The 2017–19 parliamentary session resumed on 25 September 2019 after the Supreme Court judgment of 24 September 2019 found the prorogation that began on the 9 September to be unlawful.
Since resumption, the House of Commons has seen urgent questions on protests in Hong Kong, a statement from the Prime Minister about Brexit and the Supreme Court judgement, and more.
This week the Speaker granted six urgent questions:
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