1. Gina Miller, transparency activist who is appealing against the High Court's decision that suspending parliament was not illegal, leaving court
2. Exterior of Supreme Court
3. Pro-Brexiteers shouting at Miller outside court
4. Various of pro-Brexiteers and supporters of Boris Johnson, UK Prime Minister, holding banners, British flags
5. Various of anti-Brexit protestors who are against the suspension of parliament, holding placards, banners
6. Zoom in of Joanna Cherry, Scottish National Party lawmaker
7. Police standing outside the Supreme Court
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Joanna Cherry, Scottish National Party lawmaker:
"And what's clearly coming to light, what's really clearly been emphasised today is the lack of candour on the part of the British Government about the reasons for the prorogation. Earlier today QC James Eadie, their lawyer, was asked if he could clarify what the reasons for the prorogation were and he wasn't prepared to do that other than by referring to the documents that have been lodged in court. But, it's been repeatedly emphasised today that there's no witness statements from the government accompanying those documents."
9. Stefan Theil, legal expert at Oxford University, talking outside the Supreme Court
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Stefan Theil, Oxford University:
"So the main points for the government were obviously that this is not judiciable, that was the one that was really quite leant on heavily. Justiciability means 'is this a thing that a court should look in to?', in other words can and should the court deal with this case and look in to the lawfulness of the prorogation? For the applicants respectively, the main issue was well, this was unlawful, the Prime Minister misled the Queen when advising her to prorogue Parliament and is doing it for an improper purpose."
11. Exterior of Supreme Court
12. Stefan Theil, Oxford University:
"It is really hard to say. Whenever you feel like you get a sense of what the judges are thinking, they immediately ask a question that sort of turns that on its head. So it's really hard to say. They're keeping their cards really closely to their chest. It's difficult to say. I think the government had a pretty good day today, I would say that. But again, it's about the law, it's less about the symbolism and the theatrics, so we'll have to wait and see."
13. Lawyers coming out of court
14. People waving Union Jack flags, cameras set up outside the Supreme Court