SIR – Therefore, it is unlawful for the Prime Minister to advise the Queen to persuade Parliament before a queen's speech, as Scottish judges say it was too long ago and they do not like what they consider the true motives.

A judge said that the government and the prime minister want to restrict the parliament. Do prime ministers and governments not always do it by all means and on the basis of precedents?

In the meantime, Parliament is trying to restrict the government by writing a letter on foreign affairs for them, which the speaker allows by ignoring the precedent, while at the same time blocking the way to trace the matter back to the extreme. ..

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