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Old 24th September 2019, 03:01 AM   #81
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Suspension was ruled unlawful. Chopping block sales skyrocket (alledgedly).

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And it was a unanimous decision.
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Old 24th September 2019, 03:04 AM   #82
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Originally Posted by Garrison View Post
And it was a unanimous decision.
Which is interesting because beforehand the best legal types I follow thought was plausible was 8:3. However all also said all bets were off.
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Old 24th September 2019, 03:15 AM   #83
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I think Johnson really thought he could go full Trump, just take a wrecking ball to all precedent and process and get away with it. Parliamentary and judicial sovereignty in action BoJo!
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Old 24th September 2019, 03:17 AM   #84
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Originally Posted by Lothian View Post
All 11 Supreme Court judges find against Boris. Which git wanted to sideline the ECJ?
I'm amazed it was a unanimous decision.
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Old 24th September 2019, 03:55 AM   #85
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Originally Posted by Captain_Swoop View Post
On Channel 4 News Boris claimed that once out of the EU we can ban the sale of shark fin soup.
Shark finning was banned in the EU years ago, but the trade in shark fins cannot be banned due to WTO rules, not because of the EU.
After the kippers, he's obviously moving on to bigger fish....
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Originally Posted by wobs View Post
Days since Boris's last catastrophe: 0
If he stays in bed all day that might climb to 1, then drop down again when he opens his mouth.
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If he stays in bed all day that might climb to 1, then drop down again when he opens his mouth.
Rather depends on whose bed he's in...
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When this is all over, Boris is going to find himself remarkably short of friends.
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If he stays in bed all day that might climb to 1, then drop down again when he opens his mouth.
That would depend on whose bed he was in.

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I'm incredibly heartened. The decision is more than I had dared hope for.
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I'm incredibly heartened. The decision is more than I had dared hope for.
Seconded
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So, does every one just turn up for work tomorrow?
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Parliament already scheduled a series of PM's questions for tommorow. That sounds rather unpleasant.

It will also reset the counter above.

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So, does every one just turn up for work tomorrow?
Bercow says yes.
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Parliament already scheduled a series of PM's questions for tommorow. That sounds rather unpleasant.
John Bercow has just been on BBC news. It's too late to give notice for PMQ but he is allowing room for urgent statements and questions for Ministers etc. So effectivly yes.
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This SC decision almost eclipses the Trump/Ukraine corruption scandal.

These are "interesting" times...
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I guess refusing to offer any evidence, including refusing to issue any sworn affidavits is not the best way to win in court. Whodathunkit.
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I guess refusing to offer any evidence, including refusing to issue any sworn affidavits is not the best way to win in court. Whodathunkit.
I think BJ has demonstrated he is not too strong on the subject of "caution" in either sense.
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Old 24th September 2019, 04:39 AM   #100
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I actually danced a little jig when I heard the news.
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A great victory for justice, democracy and parliamentarism.

This is evidence that the state of the UK is more robust than the US. The executive branch can't get away with abusing the law.
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Old 24th September 2019, 05:00 AM   #103
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A great victory for justice, democracy and parliamentarism.

This is evidence that the state of the UK is more robust than the US. The executive branch can't get away with abusing the law.
I wouldn't go that far, Brexit is a three year debacle that exposed a great many things, it's a stretch to say the state of UK is more robust than US based on this one instance where the British state functioned in three long years. The incident shows the executive branch of UK is less powerful than the executive branch of USA.

In truth we knew this before. The two systems form the duality of democracy: Westminster parliamentary system (as practiced in Germany and UK, among others) and Presidential system (as practiced in USA and Turkey, among others).

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Boris made it his job to lie about the EU in his role as a "journalist" - and got fired for it.
Why would he stop lying now when it got him into Downing Street ?
He was fired for making up quotes in The Times, then he was hired by The Telegraph to lie about the EU, the Telegraph had no problem with it.
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Troubling times for single mothers as calls grow for Boris to spend more time with his families.
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Shameless quote theft from Douglas Adams.
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So that means no Queens Speech and no new session of Parliament for the time being, right?
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I guess refusing to offer any evidence, including refusing to issue any sworn affidavits is not the best way to win in court. Whodathunkit.
Strange that 'trust me I'm a Tory' wasn't considered evidence enough really
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Shameless quote theft from Douglas Adams.
If you follow the link, rather than just reading the quote, you'll see that he acknowledges the phrase in the next tweet.
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So that means no Queens Speech and no new session of Parliament for the time being, right?
He could call for new elections.
Probably will.
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Johnson's been saying that the court decision is about people trying to frustrate Brexit, and by saying that they need a Queen's speech anyway, is hinting that he's going to have another go at proroguing parliament.
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If you follow the link, rather than just reading the quote, you'll see that he acknowledges the phrase in the next tweet.
Just wanted to give credit where credit is due - which wasn't with Terry Pratchett in this case.
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He could call for new elections.
Probably will.
Didn't he already and lost the vote? Would a vote of no confidence be a win or lose for him at this point, as I thought he was aiming for one a few weeks ago.
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Johnson's been saying that the court decision is about people trying to frustrate Brexit, and by saying that they need a Queen's speech anyway, is hinting that he's going to have another go at proroguing parliament.
I would think the Queen would be well advised to have a lawyer in the room next time she speaks to BoJo.

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No10 also confirm PM will refuse to take any more questions from the media today. A bad look to be running scared of a press conference.
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Johnson's been saying that the court decision is about people trying to frustrate Brexit, and by saying that they need a Queen's speech anyway, is hinting that he's going to have another go at proroguing parliament.
This also goes against the Government's previous position, that the prorogation had nothing to do with Brexit, and was part of the normal business of Parliament.
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That's what Bercow announced earlier.

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-pol...n-on-wednesday
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I would think the Queen would be well advised to have a lawyer in the room next time she speaks to BoJo.



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This also goes against the Government's previous position, that the prorogation had nothing to do with Brexit, and was part of the normal business of Parliament.
You know what they say about being your own worse enemy....
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