It was obvious, I think,
to everybody that not only was shutting down parliament
at this crucial time the obviously wrong thing to do –
we should be sitting each and every day to resolve this crisis –
but that the prime minister was not telling the truth about why
he was doing it. And this is really important.
[Applause] The idea of shutting down parliament,
I think, offended people across the country
and then they felt that they weren’t
being told the truth. And that sums up the man. I’m really pleased with this result. I’m surprised because for a court
to make a declaration like that on an issue like this
is a huge thing for us. It vindicates everything we’ve done
last week and I think what I can do and what others need to do
is to get back to parliament, see if we can’t open those doors
and get back in and get Boris Johnson back in parliament so we can hold
him properly to account. Thank you, Congress.