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Same old, same old and btw she still hasn’t told Parliament

Following a particularly long and arduous 45 minutes, I hope I’m not the only one to have emerged from Theresa May’s Brexit speech more confused and incredulous than I went in. The whole thing was a re-hash of the previous … Continue reading

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People’s Challenge – Supreme Court report – Days 3 and 4

This final report summarises the key developments in court on Wednesday and Thursday. The transcripts for both days are here and here. Lord Pannick QC finished his submissions on Wednesday morning, covering the legality of the use of prerogative powers … Continue reading

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@ChallengeArt50 Others’ arguments, and from the Govt, a desperate move?#ParliamentisSovereign

  We are delighted to confirm that, despite the tight court timetable and the increased number of represented parties now active in the case, the People’s Challenge lead QC, Helen Mountfield, is to be given 45 minutes of court time … Continue reading

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Public debate: a threat to the Govt’s overbearing secrecy?

“The government is shutting down public debate… [on use of Royal Prerogative]” says the Guardian. It certainly seems to be the case – but why? A good while back, Mrs Thatcher refused to allow the voices of Sinn Fein to … Continue reading

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Theresa May’s Royal Progression

Apparently, for a princely (or perhaps regal) sum, the “privilege” of lunching with Theresa May during the Conservative Party Conference is For Sale. Not sure whether it includes the price of the meal. Is this the next phase, after proposing … Continue reading

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What’s this about taking control?

I wrote the article below in mid-June, not so very long before the referendum vote. I completely stand by the title I gave it, though the control issue is panning out in a way I didn’t expect. There’s now plenty … Continue reading

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Off with their heads!! – I SAID “Breakfast means Breakfast!”

Go to court? – I AM the court! People’s Challenge to the Government on Art. 50: A Parliamentary Prerogative

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Nil Desperandum, and Illegitimi non carborundum!

With thanks to Emma, our dialogue helped inspire this article. We’re all trying to get to grips with what happened on 23rd June. It appears that the top brass of the Quitters’ campaign were no less distressed than the Remain … Continue reading

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Remainers are entitled to go on making the argument against a Brexit

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I’m voting for hope, all that’s left after they opened Pandora’s Box, so I’m voting to Remain

By Steve Cobham a member of one of the SY2E groups. Leave…Remain…somebody has to win. However, in reality, everyone loses no matter what the result.The last few months have seen a creeping division based on attitudes towards immigration, with an … Continue reading

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