1. Various of anti-government protester wearing a Boris Johnson puppet head, holding a placard reading (English) "Boris Johnson guilty."
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Jacob Archbold, 21-year-old anti-Brexit protester:
"Well, Parliament should come back and sit, I have seen already a few photos of MPs already sitting back in the House of Commons and, you know, they need to get back in and start debating Brexit. It's the big issue of the day, we are in a national crisis right now, and we leave the European Union in just over a month so we need to get back in there and start talking about it because if we don't then we're gonna have some big problems, so great ruling today and hopefully we're gonna be able to get back in there and get talking about Brexit."
3. Various of pro-Brexit protesters holding banner reading (English) "Brexit Now"
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Michael McFadden, Pro-Brexit protester:
"You know I'm not trying to be diplomatic, I'm just trying to be realistic, it's not winning or losing, what happens here today we are all gonna lose from it and (UK Prime Minister Boris) Johnson and the Tory party they all have destroyed themselves, there will be no Tory party after this. (Former UK Prime Minister) Theresa May just made us look a bunch of fools and we are not a bunch of fools. The fact that we don't riot around the streets, yet, doesn't mean we are afraid to."
5. Various of pro-Brexit protesters
6. Protesters chanting pro-Boris Johnson chant UPSOUND (English): "We love you Boris, we do, oh Boris we love you."
In a major blow to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Britain's highest court ruled Tuesday that his decision to suspend Parliament for five weeks in the crucial countdown to the country's Brexit deadline was illegal.
The unanimous, strongly worded Supreme Court judgment declared the order to suspend Parliament "void and of no effect."
The court found that Johnson acted to limit debate on Britain's impending departure from the European Union in violation of Parliament's constitutional role.
House of Commons Speaker John Bercow welcomed the historic verdict and said Parliament would resume its business Wednesday morning.
There will not be a Prime Minister Questions session in Parliament on Wednesday because Johnson is in New York for the U.N. General Assembly.
An anti-government protester outside the court welcomed the ruling and said MP's should go back to Parliament as soon as possible.
"We are in a national crisis right now, and we leave the European Union in just over a month so we need to get back in there and start talking about it because if we don't then we're gonna have some big problems," said Jacob Archbold.
Pro-Brexit demonstrators, meanwhile, chanted slogans of support for Johnson.
But Brexit supporter Michael McFadden also said that Johnson and the Conservatives had "destroyed themselves" and accused former Prime Minister Theresa May of making Brexit backers "look a bunch of fools and we are not a bunch of fools."
The landmark decision immediately prompted calls for Johnson to quit.
He has not yet commented on the ruling but had said earlier that he would comply with the court's decision.