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Sortie Posted on 11/09/2019 10:26
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Will he recall Parliament or stick two fingers up to the judiciary?

Link: Boris acts unlawfully
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Cooper6711 Posted on 11/09/2019 10:35

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No they will appeal and he over turned again. Bit obvious really
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Sortie Posted on 11/09/2019 11:18

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But today and in the future it is illegal unless a higher court rules otherwise.

I can see the judges leaving it to show who really is in charge on legal issues.
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American_Mary Posted on 11/09/2019 11:30

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It's another XXXXXX nose for Johnson, however you dress it up, it's the kind of thing that you could also see them doing if Corbyn became PM.

Johnson is not a popular man within Westminster and has made enemies in significant places. Instead of going in with an attitude of unity and conciliation his bull in a china shop approach has created more potential knives in his back.
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Sortie Posted on 11/09/2019 11:36

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Maybe the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 should be rescinded and then the issue (assuming the details due to be released tonight on who said what and when and to whom) of lying to the monarch could be dealt with as treason.

The last one to be found guilty back in 1946 was hanged. Appropriate in this case otherwise he could be found guilty with a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.
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Sortie Posted on 11/09/2019 11:44

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From the BBC

"Opposition MPs are demanding Parliament be recalled after a court ruling deemed its closure unlawful.

Parliament was suspended - or prorogued - on Monday - something Boris Johnson said was normal ahead of a Queen's Speech, laying out his policy agenda.

But critics claimed his intention was to avoid scrutiny in the run-up to the Brexit deadline on 31 October.

Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer said Parliament should be recalled as early as this afternoon.

He told the BBC: "Most people didn't believe Boris Johnson, but for the courts to find he has unlawfully shut down Parliament and that his motive wasn't the one he said it was? That's very powerful.

"I call on him to recall Parliament. Let's get it back open, and sitting this afternoon and tomorrow, so we can debate what happens next and we can debate this judgement.""
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Cooper6711 Posted on 11/09/2019 11:48

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They are appealing why should the government unsuspend. These MPs didn’t accept the court ruling finding in favour of the government when waving their. Pieces of paper about the other night
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American_Mary Posted on 11/09/2019 11:54

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Probably because they had a belief that in basis of law that Johnson had acted unlawfully, Johnson will obviously appeal and the Supreme Court will decide. It's called the legal process.
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Sortie Posted on 11/09/2019 12:01

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I wonder if they lose next week if he'll want the case referred to the European Courts?
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Sortie Posted on 11/09/2019 12:19

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Apparently unless the government request the court rule that can remain prorogued the Parliament can start sitting again as soon as this afternoon.
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Ziggy Posted on 11/09/2019 12:20

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The full ruling will be available Friday. But in the interim report one of the the problems noticed was the lack of accompanying letter...we is usual in these circumstances
According the constitutional expert David Allen Green.
The only reason this could happen is that no one would put their name to a document, that later could prove illegal, i.e. There is the possibility of evidence to prove that the reasons given in a document are not totally true out there. Which would by implication is that those required to sign it, and refused, believed it exists.
Hence the law now that all records relating to discussion of prorogation should be submitted by 11pm TODAY.

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Greenandblack Posted on 11/09/2019 18:14

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*** if they lose next week if he'll want the case referred to the European Courts?***

No because it is a domestic issue, not involving Euro legislation.
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Sortie Posted on 11/09/2019 19:16

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So we're not governed by Europe after all.Strange that after all this time.
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Adi_Dem Posted on 11/09/2019 19:59

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Love the straw clutching that the Supreme Court is certain to overturn. Absolutely not certain at all, for the reasons set out by Zippy.

Be interesting if it is upheld. Misconduct in a public office. Prison time.
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Fuchs_ache Posted on 11/09/2019 20:03

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Must remember to give this a hoof next week for the “straw clutchers” [:D]
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TerryWay Posted on 11/09/2019 20:26

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Well looks like the government have decided to potentially break the law again...

Refusing to release yellowhammer and Cummings communications....

...can’t wait to see what these criminals are hiding

Link: BBC - Government refuses to publish No 10 comms
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Adi_Dem Posted on 11/09/2019 20:27

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And in answer to the question above asking why the government should ‘unsuspend’, it doesn’t have to: after today’s ruling it hasn’t been suspended.
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Kosovo Posted on 11/09/2019 20:37
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The High Court in London rejects the case but the Scottish highest civil court agreed. Now what?
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