Category Archives: Crowd Justice

The People’s Challenge – Thank you and a brief moment to draw breath.

We have achieved very nearly all we aimed for during The Second People’s Challenge. This has only been possible because of your support. Thank you for the time, effort and money you have given us. We collectively must not forget … Continue reading

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People’s Challenge – Thank you & why we are pushing on past £150,000

We have raised the necessary money for the hearings in the Divisional  Court, this is an important milestone. However this fight for Parliamentary democracy is a marathon not a sprint. Pushing on past the magic £150,000. We’ve been focussing on … Continue reading

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The real reasons for Theresa May’s criticism of the Article 50 People’s Challenge

Responding to Bernard Jenkin MP during Wednesday’s (7th Sept) Prime Minister’s Questions, Mrs May told the House that the Government had a “clear” position on invoking Article 50, adding that “this is a prerogative power and one that can be … Continue reading

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People’s Challenge to the Govt. on Art. 50 – first target achieved

Once again thank you to everybody who has pledged money to support this challenge and get us through our first target of £50,000 and up to the £56,000 currently pledged. When the initial work behind the People’s Challenge to the … Continue reading

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The People’s Challenge to the Government – why it’s different.

Over the past few weeks some people have asked why our People’s Challenge is different to the handful of other challenges to Theresa May’s intention to usurp the UK’s Sovereign Parliament. Here are the answers to these Frequently Asked Questions: … Continue reading

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Brexit — the most important constitutional case of a generation.

Or why the Government should not be allowed “to use the rusty toolbox of medieval powers known as the Royal Prerogative” to trigger Article 50. A group of concerned UK citizens has embarked on a legal challenge to the Government’s … Continue reading

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People’s Challenge to the Government on Art. 50 – why is it important?

People’s Challenge to the Government on Art. 50 – CrowdJustice I believe that the individual rights and benefits of ordinary British (UK) Citizens deserve special attention in addition to more general arguments about whether the Government can trigger the UK’s … Continue reading

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