Thread: [Continuation] Brexit: Now What? 9 Below Zero
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Old 26th September 2019, 12:18 PM   #390
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Originally Posted by psionl0
The conclusion doesn't follow from the premise. The exercise of power by the monarch - whether at their own discretion or at the advice of their ministers is the antithesis of "common law".
Edited by kmortis:  Removed to comply with Rule 12

It wasn't the 'exercise of power by the monarch' that was found to be unlawful in this case - she just did what she was told - but the government's decision.

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