Johnson not happy with UK Supreme Court’s ruling

UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, says that they will respect the verdict and the judicial process of the U.K.’s highest court after it ruled that Johnson’s decision to suspend parliament for five weeks was “unlawful.”

Speaking in New York where he is attending the United Nations General Assembly, the prime minister said he strongly disagrees with what the justices have found.

Johnson told reporters that he doesn’t think it’s right but they will go ahead and that parliament will resume later today.

He further vowed to continue with Brexit talks saying that the UK will leave the EU by October 31.