Boris Johnson prorogued Parliament from the 9th-12th of September to the 14th of October with the stated intention to have a Queens Speech on the 14th of October and the subsequent opening of a new session of Parliament.
This prorogation has now been ruled unlawful by the UK Supreme Court, and Parliament has been allowed back into session as if nothing happened (literally, the order to prorogue Parliament was considered "null and void, as if the order given was a blank piece of paper").
So what happens now with the intended Queens Speech on the 14th of October? Does it go ahead, or has that also been vacated by the act of the prorogation being vacated?
Can Johnson prorogue Parliament again on the 7th of October to fall in line with it being a justifiable prorogation based on normal events leading up to a Queens Speech (where a prorogation normally lasts less than a calendar week)?