U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson won a second legal challenge over his plan to suspend Parliament ahead of a deadline to leave the European Union, pushing an appeal to the country’s top court after the start of prorogation.

Three London judges dismissed a case Friday brought by businesswoman Gina Miller and former Prime Minister John Major, who argued that bypassing lawmakers through the process known as prorogation is an abuse of the government’s power. The appeal of the ruling will go straight to the U.K. Supreme Court.

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