British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said, he will “wait and see what the judges say”, before deciding whether to recall Parliament.
Speaking to reporters, Mr Johnson said, he has the “greatest respect for the Judiciary”, as the independence of the Judiciary “is one of the glories of the UK”.
Meanwhile, The Supreme Court will hear two appeals that will determine whether the Prime Minister acted lawfully in suspending Parliament for five weeks.
Edinburgh’s Court of Session ruled that the shutdown was unlawful, but London’s High Court said it was not a court matter.
For the next three days, The Supreme Court in London will hear evidence from the government and campaigners, challenging the decision to prorogue Parliament.