Tag Archives: High Court

An enormous thank you and this is where our Challenge is up to

Fantastically, we have made not only our initial target, but our first stretch target for the relaunched campaign, in just over 24 hours. Our legal team now has really solid backing for the work they will need to do to … Continue reading

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Article 50 – the judgment in a nutshell

This went out as an update on our new Crowd Justice camapign page yesterday evening. On 20 September 1610, Sir Edward Coke, the then Chief Justice, was asked to give a ruling on whether the King could use a Royal … Continue reading

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People’s Challenge salutes Divisional Court as “guardians of parliamentary democracy”

In a landmark decision today, the Divisional Court upheld a judicial review brought by Gina Miller, Dier Dos Santos, the People’s Challenge and others and ruled that the Government cannot use the Royal Prerogative to leave the EU by triggering … Continue reading

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People’s Challenge – Report from the High Court: day 3

Yesterday was the third and final day in the High Court hearing, finishing the first stage of one of the most important constitutional cases ever heard. Once again we want to thank each and every one o four 4918 supporters … Continue reading

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People’s Challenge – Report from the High Court: day 2

First, thank you for continue to contribute to our funds throughout  the hearing. We are now well on the way to filling the war chest that will be needed for the Supreme Court. Meanwhile, yesterday was another extended and intense … Continue reading

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People’s Challenge – Report from the High Court: Day 1

Despite being the biggest courtroom in the Royal Courts of Justice, Court 4 was packed to capacity and beyond yesterday. Impressively, following a suggestion from our legal team,the court staff had arranged for live video links to screens elsewhere in … Continue reading

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