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my foreign whip
there's been a few chebs editions with this image now but each time I'm impressed anew
why does britain have a "supreme court"? what does it even mean?
god i can't wait to piss on blair's grave.
know people called menzies and its pronoucned menzees not fucking minga
Thinking about the brexit lads
have a 2004 206
I want a nicer car
i used to make them more varied but can't be arsed in my old age
stayed round the ex's place last night and it made me realise how fucking neurotic she is
can't believe I put up with her for so long
going to make sure i don't stay round hers again so she doesn't get feelings for me
Surely you knew it'd be shite though? Like Die Hard 5, it was written all over
Need Emma Watson to fart up my nostrils.
This country is fooked. What and absolute mess we're in.
Brexit isn't real
she's basically perfect that's why
she'd be the ideal gf
french cars are based though, and if you don't like them then you're probably a BMW driving paki bloke
On this day in British History
1645 – The Battle of Rowton Heath is a Parliamentarian victory over a Royalist army commanded in person by King Charles.
1841 – The Sultanate of Brunei cedes Sarawak to the United Kingdom.
1911 – His Majesty's Airship No. 1, Britain's first rigid airship, is wrecked by strong winds before her maiden flight at Barrow-in-Furness.
1916 – World War I: Royal Flying Corps pilot Lieutenant Frederick Sowrey forces German Navy Zeppelin L 33 to crash land at Little Wigborough, England where the airship crew was captured, the only armed enemy personnel to set foot in England during World War One.
1975 – Mount Everest is successfully scaled for the first time via it's southwest face by British climbers Douglas Haston and Doug Scott.
2009 – The UK's largest haul of Anglo-Saxon gold was discovered buried in a field in Staffordshire by amateur metal detectorist Terry Herbert. The collection of 1,500 gold and silver pieces, which dated to the 7th century, was worth a "seven-figure sum".
What a shitshow
it's a great pic lad don't worry
Rorke in the bath with a toaster right now
french cars are based though
im not i never tire of looking at it
whatd he do this time
french cars are for wome-
whenever i think about french engineering i get sad about brexit
The EU unironically pushed us to get one
The last one was pretty good tbf.
for the legality of complex issues exactly like this one. you need an impartial group of hugely experienced judges, lawyers etc. to uphold the law
French cars haven't been based for a long time. I do want an 80s or 90s BMW though, not the modern stuff
BREXIT GETS BETTER AND BETTER EVERY DAY
Good post as always, imagine finding that fucking gold
Supreme court rules Boris Johnson's prorogation of Parliament was 'unlawful'
You can pick these up cheap because the roof leaks on literally every single one lole
no you don't.
what the fuck
brexit could mean the end of the aviation industry is boeing shits the bed too
I liked the Citroen DS with the headlights which moved with the steering wheel. The ad for it was decent.
boris is a lovable oaf
if you think otherwise you're not british simple as
So what happens now re: Brexit with that surpreme court stuff
give the wc back
Going to pop out of the domicile
We're not quite sure but as it stands Parliament will reconvene after the party conferences as it usually does.
I can't believe that 3 years later parliament is unironically going to cancel the vote entirely. I don't understand how they can't see that this is going to ruin trust in politics for a generation.
hi brit/pol/ just thought you should know the "pol/" bit has fallen off your sign, it just says /brit/ on the door
you might want to fix that
i know lad they're really really based, my family has a small collection of citroens and i'm very involved with the classic citroen world
didn't know britain had a supreme court
why does britain have a supreme court
MPs don't know what's constitutionally legal or not, nor should they have to focus on that. supreme court, house of lords etc. are there to make sure the government act legally.
parliament is recalled tomorrow and boris doesn't show up because he's with the queen asking her to prorogue again
Christ knows. Queen might revoke right for him to govern, forcing a unity government/general election. She might not. Maybe nothing will happen.
blair and the EU made us get one
Parliament get back to trying to cancel it, Boris and Dom Cummings will find new loopholes, and hopefully we leave on the 31st, deal or otherwise.
when is johnsonberg resigning
peng PENG peng
Don't get the point in the HoL anymore, Alan Sugar has a position in government as a Labour peer.
The highest court of appeal used to be the House of Lords, but then they replaced it with an actual SC.
we don't have a constitution and don't give me that unwritten drivel why does /shit/ think they live in the united states?
I want one of these de lads
parliament is recalled tomorrow
Daft thing is it isn't because it's party conference season.
piss off you odious little virgin
We already had that, though, it was the House of Lords. The judges of the Supreme Court were just the existing Lords who moved over.
It made more sense that it was the Lords that was the court of final appeal as well, because it made Parliament the final adjudicator of the meaning of law. It would have limited the nature of the crisis that we're possibly facing of the courts basically overruling Parliamentary sovereignty.
The Supreme Court was made because ideology, not because it was practically necessary.
For me it's the C5, used to be my personal shagger's mobile
we don't have a constitution
yes we do
Video games are the absolute worst Loser Habit you could have
Hours & hours spent on an ultimately useless skill
Sitting and getting fatter and weaker and skinnier and paler
Completely impaired social skills
Video games make you a bottom tier subhuman
Jail for Boris! Jail for a thousand years!
wahhh don't talk about things happening in Britain because they're political
Topicsperg you've done it again you daft twat!
Queen might revoke right for him to govern, forcing a unity government/general election.
Won't happen. That would be a political decision and would call into question the role of the queen.
ah right well boris has it all planned out doesn't hel
he's playing 4d chess whilst we're wiping our arses
Victoria Derbyshire getting tetchy over audio issues
Sound lad, I'll carry on playing because it upsets you
Literally no worse than watching TV, and in fact is usually much better.
Hope so, good luck lad
Law Lords were in Parliament though with clear conflicts of interest
Separation of Powers with a Supreme Court independent of Parliament is a good thing
we don't have a constitution
damn it, you're right. guess we should disband every high court and lordship in the country.
God I can't stand her and her awful show.
establish absolute monarchy in Britain
for me it's the C6, thinking of getting one of these now. i recon they'll be appreciating in value
there's something so nice about french cars
The role of the Queen is to provide the right to govern. She has every right to revoke that responsibility. She's done it once before, in Australia. en.wikipedia.org
PM has no regard for the law
keeps his position
UK has an open criminal as it's head of government
I wish the C had taken her.
DEANETTE MY DAUGHTER
all politicians are criminals, wipe your arse.
Come tell me what a MAN you are for playing video games
You’re stronger? No
You’re making money and living life in the real world?
Oh wait, all your accomplishments can be wiped out by deleting an account
Bullshit yourself as much you like.
There was no more conflict of interest than there is now. Judges are humans with political opinions whether they are in a "Supreme Court" or the House of Lords. They are either able to put them aside or they aren't. The Supreme Court doesn't magically confer the ability to be impartial where it wasn't there before just because it is ideologically more aesthetic.
Whoever designed this needs shooting
would bet 1000$ that you are none of those things either.
feral cats congregating in my back garden again. not a cat person but they're not bothering me so let them off. nothing back there for them foodwise so they'll clear off eventually anyway
It's not like videogames are mutually exclusive with other hobbies you stuck up mong
as much as like cars of this size class (E-Class, A6) they are close to the point where you'd want someone to drive you around in them instead of driving yourself
Not quite like the S-Class sort of size but getting close
Feels like a bit of a stitch up 2bh
bit harsh to shoot kids mate
this is an argument for having no Separation of Powers at all
the Law Lords welcomed the decision by the way
probably some jew or wog.
BORIS INTO THE TOWER EDITION
Although technically she did it was more of a Liberal party conspiracy with the govenor general who made the decision as her representative. The public backlash was so severe and it resonates so strongly to this day (that it's even in the school curriculum) it will more or less never happen again
Indeed. It could well be argued that it is precisely that the Queen is so boxed in by a rabid public that we are faced with the mess we have now. Imagine if she had played her role as the sovereign and either arbitrated for Parliament where her ministers could not, or just dissolved the whole thing ages ago and told them to try harder.
i play videogames because i like it
same, they're fun
Is that all you value? Strength, and money? Utter phillistine. Games are art, and the consumption of art is inherently worthwhile.
the Law Lords welcomed the decision by the way
More like he blew the fuck out your smooth brained post
i think they're cooler than an old S class and probably cheaper to maintain. I think they're real thing they'll be remembered for is being the last of the hydro-pneumatic suspension citroens
It was a really dumb thing to say mate let's be honest
jeremy speaking at the labour conference about the ruling to rapturous cheers
That would be a political decision and would call into question the role of the queen.
Good thing she never played a role in the last referendum for scotxit then. Love how you keep bending over for that german scroungers
Gonna miss him
yeah but they're better than irl most of the time so i play them
Games are art
Genuinely annoyed by this. I'm not even for a hard Brexit but the level of fuckery that's going on to cancel the whole thing is ridiculous. It's hard to see how anyone can trust politics and institutions any more after this.
Also, what's the point of a government if the courts have ultimate control over the actions it takes? The courts are now the most important body in the country.
Perhaps, but I think the current situation is different enough to justify it.
Boris has literally broken the law, and knowingly provided her with bad advice.
think the centralised internet's going to get everyone hurt.
we'll all segment ourselves off into dunbar's number sized groups, finding reasons to want one another dead for talking slightly differently. (revealing that they are soulless husks, not real people.)
basic supply and demand comes in as well. too many people, not enough demand.
shame the very monkey brain tendencies that get us into this mess are also the reason we'll never be able to break out of it. people would rather be complicit in warcrimes than lose their infinite scroll meme page.
Is a mid 2000s honda accord a good buy?
Enhanced functional connectivity and increased gray matter volume of insula related to action video game playing
Research has shown that distinct insular subregions are associated with particular neural networks (e.g., attentional and sensorimotor networks). Based on the evidence that playing action video games (AVGs) facilitates attentional and sensorimotor functions, this study examined the relation between AVG experience and the plasticity of insular subregions and the functional networks therein that are related to attentional and sensorimotor functions.
Furthermore, AVG experts exhibited increased functional connectivity between the attentional and sensorimotor networks, and the experience-related enhancement was predominantly evident in the left insula, an understudied brain area. Thus, AVG playing may enhance functional integration of insular subregions and the pertinent networks therein, making them vastly intellectually superior to non-gamers and presenting the risk that they may one day rise up and throw off the shackles of societal oppression that currently keep them safely indoors and away from our roasties.
Anybody who derided the EU for being a tangled web of bureaucracy hasn't exactly been proved wrong the past few years either
the referendum was NOT binding you twat
Jo Cherry calling for Boris to resign.
Boris has literally broken the law, and knowingly provided her with bad advice.
Don't think that really works if it took a three day court session to even work out if it was illegal or not. Worst you could say is he unknowingly gave bad advice.
Depends how old the S-Class is desu
Though the hydro-pneumatic suspension is VERY cool
lolling my ass off rn at Britain
i agree, but i always knew it was going to happen. we live in a fake democracy, there's thousands of more people who have more of a say than we do and the system works to protect itself.
i voted to make the point in the referendum but now i don't think i'm ever going to vote again. waste of time.
We don't need a separation of powers and it doesn't matter if we ostensibly have it or not anyway. Parliament can just change the law regardless of what the courts say, this isn't the US and I hope it never becomes the US either.
parliament should not have been closed at such a critical time, it should have been open right to the end of the deadline to get a deal sorted
The calling of a Queen's Speech and prorogation is the worst political decision ever. Dominic Cummings must go.
are now the most important body
They always were, user. All governments are subject to the law.
nothing wrong with Hondas 2bh
here's a based little number for you to put on your tuesday morning lads
She and the rest of the remainder MPs should resign, for trying to trample over democracy and he will of he people
you do understand you're not living in the united states and that parliament supercedes every court and body of law?
I bet Greta Thunber is one of those girls that loves to be slammed down and have her pony tail almost yanked off her head as you're balls deep.
i think it was very evident that parliament was the only thing preventing a deal actually getting sorted out lad
You're thick as shit, pass paki.
They've been calling for Boris to resign from the start. If they really wanted it they'd have called a no confidence vote.
Fuck off nonce.
governments should not be subject to law
hello 11th century absolute monarch
why are you months talking about politics as if it's real
so why's there still no deal
vote Leave so we aren't governed by unelected officials
unelected judges stop it happening
Boris lied. He knew he was lying, which is why he didn't swear before the court that he didn't lie, cause he knew he risked jail if he was caught out.
Boris broke the law.
in many ways dominic cummings is a puppet master of boris like steve bannon was for trump (different reasons obviously) not only that farage despises cummings and if farage hates a fellow brexiteer theres definitely something fishy about that guy
because it only recently happened
it should have been open right to the end of the deadline to get a deal sorted
Which would be all very well if it wasn't for the fact parliament is the main force trying to withdraw everything and block us leaving at all.
You mean like remainer MPs when they said they would respect the referendum?
Is it really so surprising when considering he's a man who's been sacked on several occasions for lying
for me, it's the fiat panda 4x4
yes recall the parliament so they can bitch and moan and fuck everything up please
t. FBPE Twitter
brexiteers do not want another vote which would sort this mess out, its fairly obvious sentiment has changed in favour of remain
how do you convert a normie NPC female to the ways of autism?
Referendum was non-binding, Rorke. It has literally as much power as a Daily Mail opinion poll.
You can respect the fact that people voted a certain way back in 2016 whilst still thinking it's a terrible idea and shouldn't go ahead.
boris dindu nuffin
boris a good boi
holy shit brexit zoomer depseration is incredible
was watching his father being interviewed the other day and when asked if his son was a liar he dodged the question
gf would be nice right now
we don't want another vote because we already had the vote
If anything it’s the opposite
I want to shag Emma Watson doggystyle as she farts.
love how this is the narrative they're going with after they lost. would have been completely different if they won, would have been law right?
the government said they would respect the result
btfo his own strawman you mean
The government and the remainer MPs said they would implement the result of the referendum and respect the will of the people
No. Cause the referendum was ALWAYS not legally binding.
But if there is no demonstrable public support for leaving the EU, why bother with the issue?
it would have been maintaining the status quo, rather than upheaving entire political and economic structures
Ohhhh Jeremy Corbyn
hmmmmm yes hmm lets have another vote now that opinion may have been swayed by parliaments deliberate effort to fuck everything up so that opinion will sway towards what they want that sounds like a healthy way to conduct this matter hmmm yes
in fairness it's mostly a carpet design
though they don't seem to have thought it through. the thistle and leek are basically invisible against the light brown background, while the already prominent flowers are made more prominent by giving them a green background. if they were swapped, it would be easier to see all of the elements.
Controversial and possibly ignorant Australian statement: Better to rip the Brexit bandaid off, go full hard Brexit and negotiate with Brussels (who I'm sure would still be willing to talk given the consequences of a hard exit) after-the-fact despite the immediate conflict
we had the fucking vote and it is parliaments job to deliver it. they failed in that. we should have triggerent article 13 the day the results came out, and left regardless of a deal. instead we've had theresa may giving all opposition more opportunity to stop it than leaver politicians are allowed to have to actually deliver the job
our democracy is a complete farce and anyone that votes ever again is fucking kidding themselves
cut down a tree yesterday. felt great. not even planting one back cause fuck the planet
Ah so democracy just stopped on June 2016 did it?
Yeah, but we're about to have a new government most likely, so who cares?
mate you thought the new Total Recall film was worth watching you know fuck all about anything
because you'll lose and then your arguement for muh 17.4 million will be baseless
That was two unelected PMs ago
copped an imageban aye?
we had a general election post-referendum, in which a Conservative government was elected on the back of their MPs promising to deliver Brexit
do remainers just want to ignore GEs too?
right yeah, so we should have left then
It's still the same Goverment. If theres a general election the remainer MPs will be removed and brexit will happen anyway
David Cameron and all his remainer establishment vowed to respect the result
Which ones? Where? Did the SNP ever say that?
will we have another vote after that vote?
Jeremy Corbyn: "I invite Boris Johnson, in historic words, to consider his position and become the shortest serving Prime Minister there has ever been."
did bojo just get fucked?
the fact is we can't do brexit
we tried and we're not competent enough to actually make it happen, so let's write it off and go back to the drawing board
there are clearly still issues to work out re our sovereignty and place in the world and people feeling abandoned by the system and all that, but we're not going to fix that with a botched brexit that only a small minority want (both current deal and no deal have very limited support in the house and in the public)
have another referendum
NO NO NO WE NEED A THIRD REFERENDUM IN CASE PUBLIC OPINION CHANGED AGAIN
you'll never be satisfied with a democratic vote until it goes your way
hence we go by what the original referendum said, not what the referendum you demanded we repeat until it went your way said
desu britain should just have a NI only backstop and then leave with a deal
there's no reason to care about the DUP anymore
no point in having a vote on something before the initial result is even implemented, except to try and ignore the initial result even happened
I don’t know, would we?
Not when the margin was as close as it was, no. And certainly not without a deal, and not when the public is now likely pro-remain.
we elect parties not Prime Minsters you dumb yanklet
if there is no demonstrable public support for leaving the EU
apart from the referendum we did that unambiguously showed a majority of voters in favour of leaving the EU?
the incompetent MPs currently in parliament cant make it happen. brexit will happen when theres a general election
in bed de lads
looking forward to a cuppa when I wake
Brexit happens on the 31st of October even if we do literally nothing
eerie bone-chilling slow burn atmospheric democratic process with great no-deal development
got message back from the GP apparently i have low folate levels
Who cares? Politically, he's a dead man.
probably not because despite there still being a clear demographic mandate for one that will be ignored won't it
All of them
going to play a bit of mk8
ill be satisfied if brexit wins again, hand on heart because people now know more about implications of leaving instead of pipe dreams about 350 million for the NHS and every country kissing our backsides to get a deal with us
unlucky, mine asked me out for a drink after having her fingers up my arse the previous day
based, cheering you on lads
The Rule of Law doesn't apply to this man because he agrees with my politics
fucking tories top kek
I know how it works, doesn't make it right though.
grassberg beckons. mowertoil on the horizon.
do you really think that? pretty much every poll (>polls i know) has us squarely in hung parliament territory
No it isn't. We're currently on our third government since the referendum, about to go into a fourth probably.
what is a “demographic mandate”
Think my phone service provider is banned from posting images.
we should have unironically had boris from the start. he was ruthless enough that he would have actually got his way in negotiations. instead it's been nothing but a well orchestrated demonstration to the people of europe that it can't be done no matter what they think.
That's pretty unprofessional
what rule of law?
tories have been in power since the referendum
so they're no unelected PM's then are they spaz?
very insightful and productive post paddy *walks away and talks to someone else*
"If" usually denotes unreal situations, Rorke. If the referendum had come back pro-Remain, Brexit should have been put to bed.
I don't have the picture on hand but you know the one.
why can’t remainers just admit they hate democracy?
it can be done, but at great cost and damage
So why didn't he step up
an auto correct misfire for democratic you retard
why cant you admit people are allowed to change their mind?
It was a prostate exam. Nothing unprofessional about it.
they read out some rorke rant email about neo-liberal elites not letting boris get on with brexit on radio five live and my sides flew into orbit
brexit party will work with boris
the UK rule of law
they are thats why we joined the EEC and why we want to leave the EU. why can't you accept it?
he hasn't been given an opportunity. he was working with theresa may's hung parliament, and at 3 years of fucking nothing happening a general election would only make parliament weaker
Yes. We've had three, seperate Tory governments under three, seperate Tory leaders since the referendum.
why can't you wait until after the first result is delivered to change your mind?
brexitards absolutely BTFO
the waldo moment
pass paki back again with the 80 iq posts
if we have a vote tomorrow and remain wins does that mean we still want to leave the EU?
the tories promised to respect the vote, they're still in power since the referendum, fuck off you literal paki
Will Boris work with the Tory party though?
He's not a Brexiteer, he wanted into Number 10. Now he can't have that, what's stopping him retiring into an life of after dinner speeches and Telegraph editorials?
No I mean after Cameron stepped down
Why did the man who could have delivered brexit only throw his hat in when it was clear the Brexit he wanted was no longer possible
no but if we have another one the day after that does that mean that we do?
love it when /brit/ talks about politics like baldheaded men do in pubs about football
because tories will be finished if they dont deliver brexit
The Tories probably aren't going to be in power much longer mate.
majority of this country voted for brexit, then voted for parties that had manifestos saying they would implement brexit, why can't remainers just respect the will of the people?
going to get my parcel from the amazon locker lads
/brit/ is, as always, a microcosm of british society
just as we cannot come to a consensus on brexit, neither can the country
Yeah, but if Boris leaves who can unite the party under a No Deal banner? Boris made a lot of enemies with his purges.
We're tough on crime!
My cat heard a tom cat yowling and now he's freaking out
the media persuaded people to vote for brexit
poo bum farts
he tried the first time lad, Gove stabbed him in the back quite dramatically and publicly if you will remember.That was why we got May.
il momento del waldo
inb4 farage-led conservative party
they'll be finished if brexit goes badly
leftypol be like dis democratic mandate backed by more actual voters than any government on either side of the spectrum ever is toooo spicy XD LMAAAOOOOOO
Remainers: We're tough on democracy
it's the 24th of september 2019 and I still don't see the point in brexit
why are remainers against us being in control of our own country again?
Æthelwulf, King of Wessex
I'm not someone who parts their hair down the middle.
The courts to pro-Brexit MPs
laughed at this one
we are in control of our counry
your meaningless "take back control" is nonsense
we already are in control, by leaving the EU we lose influence and negotiating power on the world stage
Chucking it down and there's thunder and lightning in London right now. Really sets the tone for a dark day in British politics.
i part my hair in line with my crown (right of centre)
because they're terrified of responsibility and project onto the country
Rorke trying to appeal the case to the European Courts of Justice, not understanding they only handle EU law.
Will Boris resign before or after Parliament forces him to ask for an extension?
Chucking it down and there's thunder and lightning in London right now. Really sets the tone for a dark day in British politics.
extremely bent post
Had a cracking OP image but my IP range isn't allowed to craft neo threads on Jow Forums
another vote which would sort this mess out,
Please stop posting , you thick shitskin.
Our country has our laws passed by unelected jobsworths in Brussels and the European Court of Justice has supreme authority of our own judiciary, how is that being in control?
what are we not in control of?
pass paki on a mad one this morning
lmao @ Boris
In this moment you are euphoric
Ah yes Judiciary oversight thats natural for the British political system.....
some of us remember when rorke came knocking with his loony ideas of leaving the eu and killing all immigrants and all that, a strong centre-left labour voice would be there to say "don't listen to that prat, here's what we can actually do to help you"
a voice sadly missing from modern politics
Can we negotiate a trade deal with Australia and New Zealand? Can we restrict immigration from Poland and Bulgaria? Can we deport terrorists like Abu Hamza?
i remember the day the referendum results came out it was really sunny
name 5 of them
the UK now has activist judges that rule on opinion rather than law just like us