Supreme Court Rules on PM's Suspension of Parliament

Nathan Davis
Nathan Davis

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What's going to happen if the court rules that the prorogation was illegal? Will parliament be called back into session? Will Boris be guillotined?

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Asher Turner
Asher Turner

He will be guillotined either way, then Brexit will be canceled.

David Scott
David Scott

I imagine they'll go back and then have scones for tea.

Ryder Peterson
Ryder Peterson

It's not gonna happen.
Prorogation is a power held by the executive.

Bongs had several hundred years to write down their unwritten constitution. too bad they didn't. kek

Jayden Bennett
Jayden Bennett

she is going to rule against the goverment

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Cooper Ward
Cooper Ward

I certainly hope not. We need to get on with this shit and just leave, if it's ruled illegal, this will add to the non-stop volley.

Verhofstadt was right when he said Brexit is now just in-fighting in the government, it's not about what the people want. It's just Cons vs Cons vs Labour vs Labour. Britain is now an oligarchy.

John Barnes
John Barnes

what's your reasoning?

Carter Cruz
Carter Cruz

by understanding what she is saying. she has said he lied to the queen

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Levi Perez
Levi Perez

11-0

Charles Collins
Charles Collins

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Charles Morris
Charles Morris

Literally exposed, Johnson is a fraud.

Jason Bailey
Jason Bailey

Boris lost
rip

Logan Roberts
Logan Roberts

How long before the Right Honorable Speaker calls them back? Sounds like it is now up to him.

Adam Roberts
Adam Roberts

I'm getting this feeling too. This is a fuck-up of epic proportions.

Parker Johnson
Parker Johnson

Johnson arrest incoming

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Carson Jenkins
Carson Jenkins

Wrong, it is up to the PM to ask the Speaker to do that. Boris will simply tell them to fuck off again.

Jace Collins
Jace Collins

No laws broken

Chase Brown
Chase Brown

prorogation isn't illegal, its a perfectly legal part of parliament.

Brody Harris
Brody Harris

Speaker
In parliament the Speaker is more powerful than the PM. He is the most powerful person in the chamber

Jeremiah Sanchez
Jeremiah Sanchez

He misled the Queen

RIP

Ian Parker
Ian Parker

She has just ruled that. She made it clear from the highest court in the land. It's up to the Speaker of the house to judge what to do next.

Parker Diaz
Parker Diaz

That's incorrect, the baroness who read the ruling live has said it's up to the speaker and lord speaker to decide what happens next.

Connor Wilson
Connor Wilson

To recall Parliament the PM asks the Speaker to do that. That is the chain of command.

Hudson Long
Hudson Long

Will parliament be called back into session?
Yes.
It's happening right now.

Ayden Morris
Ayden Morris

That isn't a crime, they are simply saying he abused his powers. It's a slap on the wrist & they are saying Parliament should not have been prorogued. the fact is Boris can simply do it all again with the correct paperwork this time.

Nathan Brown
Nathan Brown

Can't find that anywhere.
Prorogation is a power held by the executive. And the executive is allowed to make political decisions and exercise their power.
If the court does decide that it was illegal it would essentially be the courts playing politics.

Oliver Davis
Oliver Davis

Of course Bercow will recall them.

I think this just makes things worse. Revolution incoming at this rate. People are growing restless.

Lincoln Rogers
Lincoln Rogers

its up to the queen. shes allowed it

Landon Brooks
Landon Brooks

The "rule of law" works only for normies. If you steal a bike you will propably be judged according to relevant regulations. It doesent work in the top 1% where the justice system is a power struggle between powerful cliques. Why isnt Bush or Blair in prison? Too powerful. Why wont Epstein case ammount to anything? Too many powerful people. The "russiagate", General Flynn's case etc, all purely political power plays. Behind the scenes spooks run around playing their games and oligarchs make deals. Court rulings follow. If Boris and the pro-Brexit clique has enough political leverage they will get brexit done and bypass/coerce any judges in their way. These rulings would matter If the anti-brexit faction was stronger behind the scenes. With enough leverage you can bypass anything.

tldr doesent matter, at this level judges are just political actors

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Parker Watson
Parker Watson

Yes after the PM tells them to proceed. They will come back & Johnson will prorogue Parliament again. HAHAHAHAHA

Alexander Barnes
Alexander Barnes

Why are they woo-ing?

Julian Gonzalez
Julian Gonzalez

No. Hale literally just said it's down to the speakers.

Bercow has just said parliament must convened without delay. So shits happening either today or tomorrow.

Michael Lee
Michael Lee

Fucks sake, it was said very clearly: the executive does not have the power to suspend parliament in order to prevent parliament doing its job.

Cameron Adams
Cameron Adams

Speaker calls the goverment in grand contempt of parliamentary law. There is no way out for him here.

Zachary Nelson
Zachary Nelson

because they are traitors

William Young
William Young

anybody know where I can find a good ditch?

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Christian Collins
Christian Collins

But officially, she was "mislead" by her prime minister, so that means that she's blameless, and the prime minister has to take all the blame.

Camden Cook
Camden Cook

boris won't resign. its all about obstruction

the uk is still living the EU with no deal at this point.

Jacob Gonzalez
Jacob Gonzalez

And Boris will prorogue Parliament again. This has simply made Parliament in the future having to bring laws to prevent this in the future. This was Parliaments fault for not having the safeguards in place.

Andrew Gonzalez
Andrew Gonzalez

I bloody hope so.

Brody Mitchell
Brody Mitchell

misled are the ladies words. it was all done officially.

Mason Morris
Mason Morris

parliamentary law
The law is the PM asks the speaker to recall Parliament. They ruled the perogation is null & void, Boris can simply issue a new one with the correct paperwork.

Gavin Brooks
Gavin Brooks

the queen wouldn't have agreed to something without her advisers and legal team accessing it first.

Cameron Robinson
Cameron Robinson

“The court is bound to conclude therefore that the decision to advise Her Majesty to prorogue was unlawful because it had the effect of frustrating or preventing the ability of Parliament to carry out its constitutional functions.”

but that is the point of the prorogation to begin with. Not to mention this type of thing happens all the time in other commonwealth nations. so this is one for the books.

William Lopez
William Lopez

CONFIRMATORY REFERENDUM?!

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Michael Hernandez
Michael Hernandez

boris won't resign. its all about obstruction
Agreed on both points.

And Boris will prorogue Parliament again
Which would be dangerous for multiple reasons. He wouldn't survive another one and the man who wants to be Churchill will go down like Churchill the Dog instead.
Absolutely agreed with the rest of what you said though, desu.

Ethan Walker
Ethan Walker

Did you not listen the ruling. They stated to do so at this time would be deemed unlawful.

Jaxson Jones
Jaxson Jones

All they need to do is to make sure that nothing negative can be attributed to the queen herself. The prime minister is take all the blame for it. That is all that matters. That is the role of the dumb non-royal plebs.

Christian Garcia
Christian Garcia

What if the states decides to ignore the constitution ? Who is gonna stop them ? Super Nigel ?

Samuel Flores
Samuel Flores

Snap elections maybe

He's survived this long. I think no one wants the job at this point.

Jayden Phillips
Jayden Phillips

it was confirmed in 2016. this is kikery at its finest.

Ryan Torres
Ryan Torres

wont change a fucking thing.

unless the labour traitors can come up with an alternative reason to delay brexit again, the uk will be leaving with a no deal.

Camden Reyes
Camden Reyes

You do realise this was all about paperwork & a queen's speech was going to happen? Paperwork rewritten, scrutinised by all & no reeeing from Remoaners is going to stop it. And Parliament as also left with having to bring in laws to stop this from happening again. Basically admitting their own rules were shit.

Ryder Morris
Ryder Morris

Well, they aren't prorogued and they aren't adjourned, so it sounds to me like Parliament, legally, is still in session.

Dylan Walker
Dylan Walker

I don't see the need to recall parliament. Hale said the porogation was null and void. MPs should be able to show up and start working again as soon as they're able to.

Ian Foster
Ian Foster

wat

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Ethan Gutierrez
Ethan Gutierrez

This. It's only a few bongs till all the remoaners go wakey wakey

Cooper Green
Cooper Green

So the Judges are saying the gov has no power now & neither does the Queen? I do love the clown world optics of this.

Adam Hernandez
Adam Hernandez

This means war!

To the BoJo Brexit bunker, folks.

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Jace Wilson
Jace Wilson

Absolutely based, a victory for democracy.

Oliver Reyes
Oliver Reyes

What matters first and foremost to the Labour party is obviously to humiliate Boris Johnson and make sure that he literally cannot make the UK leave by the end of October. After humiliating him, then they'll start doing general elections.
And then we'll see if labour, libdems, tories or the brexit party will take over control of the parliament, and then negotiate with the 27 other EU member states about long to delay Brexit, until the new tax regime is enacted.

Ryan Taylor
Ryan Taylor

its all about stopping brexit, its nothing more than this.

they dont want a deal or no deal. they just dont want brexit. its just a big fucking obstruction.

Jaxon Bennett
Jaxon Bennett

Kill yourself memeflag.

Luke Thompson
Luke Thompson

The gov has no power
It said it had no justification for the porogation.
The queen has no power
The monarchy hasn't had any real power since the 2nd civil war.

Carson Hall
Carson Hall

Quite the opposite.

Aaron Reed
Aaron Reed

The absolute state of Jo Swindell

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Jace Allen
Jace Allen

It's their funeral if they don't do the one thing they have been mandated to do and then go outside start begging for votes. I can't imagine a more retarded move desu.

Jayden Wood
Jayden Wood

Yup. They only even gave us the referendum in the first place because in their arrogance they felt certain they would win.

Daniel Morgan
Daniel Morgan

Civil war, god willing.

Luke Campbell
Luke Campbell

If they actually undo Brexit, I hope you british faggots are going to riot and burn down everything in sight, otherwise never ever post on Jow Forums again as you will be revealed as the greatest cucks on the planet by a very large margin, beating out Sweden and Germany combined.

Angel Myers
Angel Myers

Just though I'd pop in to see how you're all reacting, and the lack of reading comprehension that some of you have really is astounding

Adrian Jenkins
Adrian Jenkins

BORIS FOUGHT THE LAW AND THE LAW WON

Chase Baker
Chase Baker

Cameron loses referendum
Quits
Walks off whistling

He didn't give a shit that he lost.

youtube.com/watch?v=-Gz6mZYxS0A

Gavin Fisher
Gavin Fisher

The Queens speech justifies that pregation & that can only happen with the Queen's consent. Now unelected Judges are saying the Gov cannot carry out something that is allowed in law. Looks like Corbyn has his Republic now.

Brody Anderson
Brody Anderson

If they do undo it, it will be very dangerous. I predict riots. The best thing to do is just continue and get out.

Cameron Sanders
Cameron Sanders

Yeah right. It cost him his job and is the reason that little story about a pig hit the papers.

Zachary Murphy
Zachary Murphy

That's part of why this is disgusting: the courts undermining the Queen.

Monarchy has been around 100s of years, this "supreme court" was a Blair creation for this very purpose. Bunch of cunts.

Jaxon Powell
Jaxon Powell

What in the actual fuck is going on?

EU are happy to shit on the brits leaving. Any other country ever wants to sign up is sure as hell going to think twice.

Fuck the french, Fuck the Germans, RULE BRITANNIA

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Anthony Diaz
Anthony Diaz

usual media hype.

boris isn't leaving, they'll just have to yell at each other for an extra week or two next month.

nothing to see here, move on

Jaxson Baker
Jaxson Baker

Ok sweetie, stay mad.

The government wasn't able to justify the extreme duration and bad timing of the prorogation, the judges declared that Boris had lied about his motives behind the prorogation and he did it just to hinder Parliament's democratic oversight function.

And mind you, 11 judges ruled this unanimously, zero dissenting opinions.

Absolutely fucking BASED

Josiah Reed
Josiah Reed

I'm actually agreeing with you.

Daniel Wright
Daniel Wright

Will Boris be guillotined?
Not only this, dude. Bongs- dig out your funny helmets of ww2.

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Michael Cox
Michael Cox

i'm sure they will appeal this, seems "the legal team" has been hand picked for this

Angel Robinson
Angel Robinson

11 judges ruled this unanimously,

11 brown envelopes.

Samuel Phillips
Samuel Phillips

I on the other hand only predict a few dumb old poor grumbling people holding up a few signs.
I wouldn't mind a full civil war happening in Great Britan, though, as that would weaken the UK, and then finally get it to dissolve into independent Scotland, England, Wales and a reunited Ireland.
But in reality, one should try to be happy with the small things instead.

Robert Baker
Robert Baker

Parliament has all the powers to bring in laws to be clear on this. It was not up to courts to push them in that direction. As per usual politicians never step up to do something until they need to.

Ian Williams
Ian Williams

What is the punishment for a judge who breaks the rules?

Can they be fired?

Ryan Sanders
Ryan Sanders

If you'd read the ruling you'd see that a period of 3-4 days is normal to prepare for the Queen's speech and there's absolutely no reason why the government would need to prorogue for five weeks.

Christopher Watson
Christopher Watson

Appeal it to whom, exactly?

Logan Morris
Logan Morris

is that possible? do they have a privy council who listen to cases?

Gabriel Rodriguez
Gabriel Rodriguez

boris isn't leaving
He may not have a choice. There are powers for the goverment to be removed and a caretaker goverment to be installed. This ruling if ignored by Johnson makes that road possible for the Speaker.

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Caleb Gonzalez
Caleb Gonzalez

This might actually have a silver lining. Can the opposition really refuse an election if Boris asked for one now? If they refuse, it means they are satisfied with keeping a man who they believe to be a criminal as PM.

The court ruling against him might also help boost Boris's "it's me vs. the establishment" image... assuming he doesn't resign or his own party doesn't now try to oust him.

Joshua Kelly
Joshua Kelly

The judges broke zero rules, from the ruling:

"The first question is whether the lawfulness of the Prime Minister’s advice to Her Majesty is
justiciable. This Court holds that it is. The courts have exercised a supervisory jurisdiction over
the lawfulness of acts of the Government for centuries. As long ago as 1611, the court held that
“the King [who was then the government] hath no prerogative but that which the law of the land
allows him”."

No lol

Matthew Scott
Matthew Scott

Having watched American proceedings British ones seem like fucking clown school. This bitch Hale's only argument was "it's 5 weeks that's such a long time though!" yeah cunt great reasoning there. Who appointed these fucks?

I have no idea. They're as unknown as the EU commissioners. No one knew who the fuck they were until today, this entire "court" was created by Tony Blair.

Blake Rogers
Blake Rogers

overturning the biggest democratic vote ever held in this country
a victory for democracy

No seriously, kill yourself and rid us all of your idiocy.

Mason Hughes
Mason Hughes

Nothing ever happens.

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Alexander Richardson
Alexander Richardson

So Judges are basing this on political bias. Take that out of the equation (as it should be) & based on pure law it was a an easy victory for the gov. The BS claim that a no deal was looming & Parliament (that had been in session for 2 years - the longest since the civil war) shows what Judges intentions were. It was clear that Scottish Remoaner Judges ruled that way. The SC simply did not want to argue with their friends.

Evan Sanders
Evan Sanders

Wouldn't it be easier if you guys just decided to remain in EU?

James Wright
James Wright

Absolutely no reason
This has been the second longest session of parliament in British history, and has dragged out to the point where it is no longer fit for purpose. 5 weeks wasn't long enough.

Julian Smith
Julian Smith

Can the opposition really refuse an election
In the short term yes. They can go for a caretaker goverment. Assuming Parliment can decide on a leader

Colton Sanders
Colton Sanders

The Queens speech justifies that pregation
Only in the case that the advice given to the queen on porogation was lawful, which in this instance the court ruled unlawful as the govt had not justified it in court.
The advice can't be justified by the speech which was justified by the advice. That's circular logic.

Xavier Lopez
Xavier Lopez

Soon to be known as Boris the Brief. Incompetence was never better represented.

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Justin Watson
Justin Watson

U N A N I M O U S
Burgers will never know this feeling

William Scott
William Scott

Why fight against Remoan judges who are ruling on purely political grounds?

William Foster
William Foster

if king george was around today, he would have dissolve parliament and forced a no deal.

he knew a communist when he saw one.

Cooper Edwards
Cooper Edwards

You need decisions to legislate you are still a human?

Angel Gray
Angel Gray

Or at least, the UK should dissolve first, then England should make a modern constitution so that those silly games aren't being repeated, and then everybody looks forward.

Carter Perry
Carter Perry

Abolish the Supreme Court, Boris. Go on, you know you want to

Josiah Cox
Josiah Cox

They can go for a caretaker goverment.
Who has a shot at that though?

Corbyn can't get the LibDems on side, and I don't think that is suddenly going to change now. The Tory rebels have also ruled out making him PM.

Dominic Johnson
Dominic Johnson

How long before Boris Johnson resigns just to fuck shit up even more?

Jace Allen
Jace Allen

It shouldn't exist in the first place. Lib Dem Court of clowns.

Connor Williams
Connor Williams

Test

Jackson Sullivan
Jackson Sullivan

The question is would the Queen have still given the OK if the PM had said Brexit needs to happen & a GE will sort it out, Parliament is holding up & is costing the country £billions in the meantime?

Zachary Collins
Zachary Collins

What vote was overturned again?

I love this brainlet-tier argumentation.

People voted for Brexit, therefore it's up to the government without any democratic oversight to just do whatever they want. Absolutely cucked lmao

BASED ON PURE LAW lol

48. That principle is not placed in jeopardy if Parliament stands prorogued for
the short period which is customary, and as we have explained, Parliament does not
in any event expect to be in permanent session. But the longer that Parliament stands
prorogued, the greater the risk that responsible government may be replaced by
unaccountable government: the antithesis of the democratic model.

Brandon Thompson
Brandon Thompson

The arguments about the legality of prorogation coming from two points.
1. That the length of time that parliament is prorogued for is excessive and so is being clearly done for personal political gain.
2. Boris has misled the queen about his justification for prorogation.

So basically if its judged that the queen used her authority based on false information, then the decision shouldn't hold up legally. Its not undermining the queen herself but in effect "undoing" an action that had already undermined her.

Grayson Bailey
Grayson Bailey

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Kevin Rivera
Kevin Rivera

Good thing you guys got rid of all your guns and butterknives and bicycle tires. Now sit back, relax and enjoy your bdsm fetishist / severed pig head fucking rulers torturing your country to final death, burying you under endless waves of Muslim immigrants and smearing your country’s rotten corpse in feces

Tyler Green
Tyler Green

Wouldn't it be easier if you necked yourself?

Elijah Ramirez
Elijah Ramirez

Just repeal article 50 to be done with Brexit.

Gavin Perry
Gavin Perry

So you hate republican-dominated supreme courts?

Zachary Ross
Zachary Ross

The referendum, which was for leaving the European Union. The decision is attempting to stop that from happening.

Which you know fine well. Stop playing dumb.

Mason Hall
Mason Hall

Would have been easier to have stuck with Chamberlain and surrendered to Hitler too. We don't take the easy routes, unlike you bum fuckers on the continent.

Jacob Turner
Jacob Turner

There's been constant talk that it should be the Father of the House. Which is currently Kenneth Clark, a hard remainer

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Mason Rodriguez
Mason Rodriguez

excessive? parliament was due to shut down for 3 weeks anyway

Jason Young
Jason Young

who the fuck is this oxygen thief shouting shit like he acted like a dictator

John Perez
John Perez

5 weeks
It was like 5 days you fucking nonce.

we've beeing sitting through boring party conferences!

Jose White
Jose White

Who did not see that one coming, Brexit never stood a chance, we tried the ballot box, next time, however...

Justin Reyes
Justin Reyes

The government might be able to appeal to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council

Samuel Nguyen
Samuel Nguyen

The Queen does not decide on how long Parliament closes for. She simply has to agree for it to close. When has the Queen ever refused the closing of Parliament? A Queen speech was happening anyway & a GE would have made that happen as well. Brexit had nothing to do with the actual decision, no matter the biases of Remoan judges.

Angel Torres
Angel Torres

that mong speaking before just wants another referendum.

thats all this is about. fucking subversive kike hag

Samuel Turner
Samuel Turner

boris BTFO

Colton Richardson
Colton Richardson

Looks like Corbyn has his Republic now.
Good. Fuck those worthless parasites.

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Jonathan Davis
Jonathan Davis

So did anything happen or are they still just babbling?

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Gavin Miller
Gavin Miller

Boris to prorogue parliament again on Friday?

Alexander Rogers
Alexander Rogers

Parliament votes for Article 50 by a massive margin
They agree (both major Parties have Manifestos that say Brexit should happen)
Even the Lib Dims said a Referendum should have occured back in the day & even after the Ref result happen it should be respected.

Owen Powell
Owen Powell

jump suit innit!

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Aiden Morales
Aiden Morales

On the EU side, nothing so far will change. For the UK side, they can now keep talking about how to humiliate all the Tory PMs after another.
After they make Boris Johnson resign, they should then try to make Reese-Mogg the next prime minister, so that he too can be humiliated as the next impotent prime minister clown.
And after that, perhaps that Nigel guy as well.

Ryan Adams
Ryan Adams

now they want him to resign and call a new election.

So clearly he shouldn't then right?

Benjamin Powell
Benjamin Powell

British people.... concerned about their sovereignty...hahahaha

Dylan Parker
Dylan Parker

Tony Blair
He will fuck the UK every day even if he dies

Robert Flores
Robert Flores

I don't see how he could stay. He did something illegal. Can't possibly rule anymore. Sounds like Borisxit is coming very soon.

Levi Lopez
Levi Lopez

Given the ruling it's hard to see how he can without going full Cromwell on Parliments ass. The ruling was as bad as it gets.

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Owen Collins
Owen Collins

Corbyn's got nothing on Castro's trackie game.

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Oliver Gomez
Oliver Gomez

That new EU President you are voting for is coming after your whole economy potato nigger.

Jayden Jackson
Jayden Jackson

Will Boris be guillotined?
Considering this is the elites will i doubt it

Josiah Diaz
Josiah Diaz

Jews

Kevin Evans
Kevin Evans

It's not a crime though.

Jordan Rogers
Jordan Rogers

Holy shit this is hypocrisy in the extreme

It's no wonder the Lib Dems are a dead party who never win power

Henry Brooks
Henry Brooks

the young brits have been pumped chock full of pro-eu propaganda
the EU fucks will make it so UK votes again
years and years of pro-EU propaganda pays off
UK is still part of third reich

Luis Wilson
Luis Wilson

A GE in the meantime
But the bill to bring forward a GE was rejected before the 10th September, so what would poroguing do in that situation?
If the intention was to porogue parliament to allow a queen's speech following a GE then surely the justification for the porogation is lost when there is no GE therefore the advice was unlawful.

Camden Smith
Camden Smith

Christ...

Bentley Gray
Bentley Gray

He will upgrade when he makes himself Supreme Leader of the People's Republic of Britain

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Chase Torres
Chase Torres

No the GE was there as an option for Parliament as prorogation was already happening. They also had the option to change the law on prorogation & they chose not to, instead bringing in BS legislation yet again to stop a PM from getting a deal. However the EU are so fed up of Parliament they are not going to give the UK an extension now.

Daniel Roberts
Daniel Roberts

Christ on a bike...

Literally

Adam Watson
Adam Watson

cutting.

but I'm glad that after the guts of a millennium you have joined hands with your republican brothers and sisters and nationalist movements across the former british empire and realized that sovereignty is important ...granted its not entirely the same thing as you voted into the EU and hald of you still want to remain... but in principle you get it now.

This is legit one of the funniest things to have happened in world history. ...the birts are now whining about sovereignty.

Ryan Hall
Ryan Hall

Time to for bongs to guillotine parliament

Lucas Perez
Lucas Perez

We'll see what happens on Halloween. After that all bets are off.

Leo Williams
Leo Williams

They will have their chance when Parliament reconvenes tomorrow at 11:30am.

Jack Smith
Jack Smith

I wonder when Eire is simply a little offshore holding center for migrants that the Republicans there will be happy they said OK to the EU?

Aiden Collins
Aiden Collins

Look at this dirty whore, you know she's a sjw progressive "open-borders" type of person just by looking at her.

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Henry Peterson
Henry Peterson

God damn. I feel terrible for Britain more than ever. I mean damn.

A caliphate state indentured to the EU where the minority population is the native inhabitants. Please don't go

Ethan Walker
Ethan Walker

Sovereignty belongs to those that are strong enough to keep it.

There are only a very select few sovereign states in the world. Ireland isn't one and neither is Australia.

Evidently, the great trouble the UK is having leaving the EU means that it's questionable if they are sovereign either. The nominal sovereign doesn't seem to give a toss about their country and is more interested in what her Rothschild financeer tells her and members of her family flying on the Lolita Express.

Luke Fisher
Luke Fisher

The absolute hypocrisy of Guy Voorhees.

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Brandon Cruz
Brandon Cruz

You lot won't ever revolt, you'll take it up the arse forever.

Parker Ross
Parker Ross

Britcucks
Leaving
Ever
LEL

Camden Watson
Camden Watson

I say instead we get together and suck each others cocks. Fuck my shitter.

Hunter Johnson
Hunter Johnson

An island will.....
Water drips....

Daniel Turner
Daniel Turner

just skimming this summary i think the problem was that it wasn't well justified. If the government were to properly justify it by saying that many of the MPs and Lords want to delay brexit and cause general mayhem to stop it from happening and that's why we want to prorogue would that be justifiable then?

Daniel Russell
Daniel Russell

Upvoted.

Luis Gray
Luis Gray

Sovereignty is an illusion. You need fair trade to survive which implies playing by the same rules.

William Gomez
William Gomez

Conservatives are in government and have majority in both houses. Why can't they pass a law to ban migration or leave EU? Because they don't want to, since American bankers might lose money.

investopedia.com/terms/c/convertible-currency.asp
A currency that can be readily bought or sold without government restrictions,
The most convertible currency is the U.S. dollar. It is the most traded currency in the world, central banks hold the U.S. dollar as their main reserve, and a number of asset classes are denominated in U.S. dollars meaning payment and settlements are made in U.S. dollars

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Monetary_Fund
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is an international organization headquartered in Washington, D.C., of "189 countries working to foster global monetary cooperation

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Nations
The United Nations (UN) is an intergovernmental organization
Headquarters New York City

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Bank
Headquarters Washington, D.C., U.S.

At least half of all business contracts in London, that is 200 trillion is 100% just pure dollar:
bankofengland.co.uk/-/media/boe/files/financial-stability-report/2018/june-2018.pdf?la=en&hash=9D057C7302B80EF57D634020F50C6F46D782904C
Some US$200trillion(5) of financial contracts reference US$Libor.

Other part is just dollar hidden behind euro and other currencies. Only dollar is used in international business. UK is completely owned by Americans and their UN imports refugees, so they can sell more products and have more indebted people.

Why don't they want to leave EU? Because they lose 30 trillion in banks.
cnbc.com/2018/06/27/boe-financial-stabilityreport-attacks-eu-position-on-29-trillion-of-.html

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Ethan Sanders
Ethan Sanders

Government was arguing that it wasn't a matter for the courts in the first place, so they didn't need to justify it.
They severely underestimated the courts ability to rule on anything that has even the slightest chance of increasing it's power.

Ryan James
Ryan James

or would the supreme court still say that oh no that's still wrong because they are elected members and lords and what they say goes despite the mandate given to the tory party and bojo when they won the election after brexit and the leadership challenge respectively?

Christopher Garcia
Christopher Garcia

duh Qween didn't understand even though every action was legal
Globalist traitors.

Benjamin Sullivan
Benjamin Sullivan

wtf is that dude yelling in the background of the live stream?
he's a persistent fk

Zachary Sullivan
Zachary Sullivan

No, because the judges are all remainers appointed by Blair way back when. They'll just claim "political bias" again.

Nathan Hall
Nathan Hall

Conservatives are in government and have majority in both houses
They don't, they're pretty much held hostage in their own Parliament while the Opposition majority pass laws to delay Brexit.

Adrian Garcia
Adrian Garcia

this is a slippers slope. look at (). They are venturing into turf that isn't theirs.

Hunter Brown
Hunter Brown

What general election did bojo win?
May won, now its time for a new one shill who hides behind the meme flag of israel

Joseph Green
Joseph Green

That's the issue, they can't justify porouging parliament so close to the bexit deadline for more than a few days (as that's the usual amount of time to prepare for a queen's speech), and they can't use the real reason, which is to force through no deal, as it's clear Johnson doesn't care about a new deal at all

Landon Martinez
Landon Martinez

German press is jubilant

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Jason Jones
Jason Jones

tl;dr the socialist niggers aka Scotland ruled it illegal. I can't wait for them to be kicked out both the EU and Commonwealth. Fucking traitors.

Angel Lopez
Angel Lopez

You do realise Bojo WANTS a GE and the opposition aren't letting him have one because they know the'll lose?

Cameron Nguyen
Cameron Nguyen

Guy VerCuckstadt and the EU are entirely undemocratic in it's fucking construction.

Julian Reyes
Julian Reyes

They don't want to force a no deal though.
They can just as easily say that they don't want to weaken their negotiating position with the EU by having these rabble-rouser's passing laws that remove the threat/leverage of no deal.

In my mind that's perfectly justifiable.

Isaac Edwards
Isaac Edwards

Wow, it's almost as if they're not dumb enough to fall for an obvious trap

James Myers
James Myers

Well Boris is a buffoon so they laugh.

James Carter
James Carter

if they have a GE now regardless of who wins they would have gotten yet another extension. (EU said they will 1 more extension if there is an election). So if Johnson just sits still and survives Brexit will happen

Ayden Rogers
Ayden Rogers

It's almost like they don't actually give a shit about 'muh democracy'

Angel Baker
Angel Baker

appeal the decision, take it to the eu court, hang it out for as long as possible, after glorious Brexit day we're no longer in the eu, so the ruling won't matter.

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Bentley Sanders
Bentley Sanders

It's almost like the krauts depend on Britain remaining for their mass automobile export market, otherwise their economy falls into recession.

Nathaniel Jenkins
Nathaniel Jenkins

Boris has done nothing wrong, the entire left are working together to undermine the vote & anti-brexit cuckservatives in the party are basically lefties.

James Jones
James Jones

Yes they absolutely do, why else do you think Johnson had to lie to the queen to silence parliament before the deadline? Why do you think he has done no real negotiations with the EU but has claimed he had made great strides in negotiating a new deal? Why else would the fucker need to lie about it unless he wants to force though no deal because him and his goons all have money backed on the UK economy going tits up after Brexit.

Aiden James
Aiden James

I just had to turn BBC News off.

Christian Turner
Christian Turner

A general election after the 31st of October has passed, and the UK is still within the EU, and must remain in it until after the 31s of January 2020, so that many rich brits lose lots of money when they have to declare where they hid their money is fine then.
Afterwards, the UK can start eating its own citizens, as nobody will care.

Cooper Harris
Cooper Harris

appeal the decision,
appeal to who. there is no higher court. The Law Lords is the end of the road

David Lopez
David Lopez

Has done nothing wrong
He lied to the queen to have her use her authority to silence parliament so he can force through what he wants rather than the government being able to hold him to account

Isaac Ross
Isaac Ross

you're just spouting memes now

Aiden Allen
Aiden Allen

If bojo wants one he could do it
Proroguing is because he has 8 billion pounds riding on fucking Britain over

Luis Fisher
Luis Fisher

It's not their own Parliament. The executive is inferior to Parliament, and only gets its way under normal circumstances due to holding a majority.

John Rivera
John Rivera

Britain is full of pedos.

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Caleb Sanchez
Caleb Sanchez

If bojo wants one he could do it
Under the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011 he cannot.

Aiden Ross
Aiden Ross

I want to leave the EU, but I want to stay until the end of January just to see all these rich cunts finally get what's coming to them

Hudson Butler
Hudson Butler

He's already demonstrated his pakihood care for the law

Logan Sanchez
Logan Sanchez

Johnson literally lied to the queen
Johnson has claimed to make great progress on a new deal dispite the EU revealing that he's done fuck all
But yeah, I guess he didn't lie

Liam Sanchez
Liam Sanchez

Not true. All high judges were appointed during Conservative time.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord_Chief_Justice_of_England_and_Wales
The Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales is the Head of the Judiciary of England and Wales and the President of the Courts of England and Wales.
Lord Burnett of Maldon (Lord Burnett) 2 October 2017 Incumbent

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master_of_the_Rolls
Keeper or Master of the Rolls and Records of the Chancery of England, known as the Master of the Rolls, is the President of the Court of Appeal of England and Wales
Sir Terence Etherton 3 October 2016 Incumbent Chancellor of the High Court, 2013–2016

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/President_of_the_Queen's_Bench_Division
The President of the Queen's Bench Division is the head of the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice.
January 2016 Dame Victoria Sharp

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/President_of_the_Family_Division
The President of the Family Division is the head of the Family Division of the High Court of Justice in England and Wales and Head of Family Justice.
11 January 2013: Sir James Munby

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chancellor_of_the_High_Court
The Chancellor of the High Court is the head of the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice of England and Wales.
24 October 2016: Sir Geoffrey Vos

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_prime_ministers_of_the_United_Kingdom
11 May 2010 Conservative
24 July 2019 Conservative

Ryder Torres
Ryder Torres

He's already demonstrated his pakihood care for the law
He cannot just force parliament into an election. They can just install a Cartaker goverment. Too many in this thread seem to think PM is like a US president. The PM has less power than people think.

Ryan Morgan
Ryan Morgan

Senile.

John Carter
John Carter

Power exists in what you take and what others give
Boris showed his Russian roots and rightfully took power
Imagine if May had done this for her deal and rammed it through
Would you be so loving

Caleb Jackson
Caleb Jackson

What the fuck are you even talking about

Jace Thompson
Jace Thompson

John Bercow just gave a speech two minutes ago. He says that the House of commons will be back tomorrow at 11:30. They aren't even waiting to be recalled.

Grayson Ramirez
Grayson Ramirez

The Speaker can recall parliament, it's not up to the government.

Jonathan Peterson
Jonathan Peterson

Berscow orders parliament to return as soon as tomorrow.
It's over for Boris.

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Justin Gonzalez
Justin Gonzalez

Meme flags are kike shills, they speak true lies.
Nah
EU has already said its a cooommmeerrrsss dick exit now.

Jeremiah Price
Jeremiah Price

If I remember correctly he tried to get an election & the entire left refused to have an election. If you have not noticed we are in a stalemate until an election happens.

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Jace Miller
Jace Miller

I thought the Queen is the law. This sounds like career suicide for the judges unless they come up with the reason that now accuser has provided wrong information

Matthew Walker
Matthew Walker

Stalemates are great
No more nanny state
Republican Jesus said so

Carter Thomas
Carter Thomas

This only sounds like career suicide if you know nothing of the law.

Jacob Johnson
Jacob Johnson

election happens.
They are trying to force a Cartaker goverment. As the most likely leader of that will be Kenneth Clark, who is a massive pro European

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Robert Clark
Robert Clark

And that means he's done nothing wrong how? The left don't want an election until parliament is back and no deal is off the table, they're not falling for such an obvious trap

Owen Sullivan
Owen Sullivan

wouldn't it lead to more politician stubbing stubbing?

Hunter Smith
Hunter Smith

Election has nothing to do with Brexit, since Brexit was already decided, it's already a law, courts don't matter, article 50 was invoked.

Camden Martin
Camden Martin

Massive pedo

Noah Anderson
Noah Anderson

You dumb limey cunts need to drive a cromwell through the supreme court for this atrocious shit. Your Judiciary has NO POWER over your legislative.

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Angel Parker
Angel Parker

Well so much for the fucking democracy argument then!

Johnson is not going anywhere. Also apart from these faggot lefties everyone love Johnson & will win the election.

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Connor Lopez
Connor Lopez

Thankfully the government isn't in the legislative branch but the executive instead.

Tyler Martin
Tyler Martin

finna dab on Boris

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Asher Scott
Asher Scott

lefties in the Parliament are trying to block it.

Juan Taylor
Juan Taylor

Article 50 can be withdrawn
And screenshot this
It will be
So that way the Brits can say it was mean EU that kicked them out and deal with their choice
Set a time for november 14th to see this again

Juan Wilson
Juan Wilson

next time, however...
what?
spoons?

James Garcia
James Garcia

Juncker has to say he agrees and he did on many occasions, it is UK who doesn't wants to leave.

Leo Hernandez
Leo Hernandez

What are they going to recall parliament for other than to make twats of themselves again.

Joseph Miller
Joseph Miller

Nah, they will just get Brexit in name only, just like May tried to push through

Jace Young
Jace Young

That makes Bojangles 0-7

WINNING, how do we sack him?

Chase Allen
Chase Allen

Johnson is not going anywhere
It's moving to a point where he may not have a say in the matter. If Berscow walks in tomorrow and holds goverment in grand contempt there can be a VONC on the goverment. Due to the FPA of 2011 rather than having an election they have the chance of installing a cartaker goverment.

Ayden Sanchez
Ayden Sanchez

Oh the crashout will happen
There will just be blame shifting for the eternal anglo

Too late
Its hard time
2 days to get a deal through EU
Who dismantled the negotiations in July

Lincoln Miller
Lincoln Miller

What are you talking about, Johnson fucking lied to the queen so that he could silence parliament and prevent them from holding him to account, he is the one who tried to undermine democracy to push his own political and economic goals

Blake Williams
Blake Williams

Johnson asks for an extension like a complete cuck then tops himself in a ditch
dirty rich cunts BTFO
VONC
Labour win the general election
they negotiate a customs union only deal and put it to the public
leave wins again, and we leave
monarchy abolished
no more cooperation with Israel, Saudi, America, etc.
inbred Eton posh boy benders BTFO
NHS gimmedats
Blair, Campbell, Watson, etc., keep appearing on TV crying about far-left extremists for years afterwards
I've cum a bollock just thinking about it.

Angel Morris
Angel Morris

Faggot

Justin Russell
Justin Russell

Ask the rune stone and you shall know when a goat pulls a cart before you child sorrow of stories

Hunter Howard
Hunter Howard

Nah, Boris has to ask for an extension now, and they'll give us one as the don't want us to leave. There will be a new referendum and regardless of what the actual vote is, remain will win and article 50 will be revoked

Mason Nguyen
Mason Nguyen

UK's politicians are basically trying to write a new Article 50, where it says that UK can't leave, even when this should be job of EU.

Noah Wood
Noah Wood

Why would they give one when they said nope already?
Are you hedging so hard with that ship in a bathtub dad?

Yep
They think they matter

James Wright
James Wright

You will accept the May deal with Brexit in name only. Expecting things to be done by the book is laughable and/or autistic.

Christian Foster
Christian Foster

Why are British pussies?
No other European country would accept women overthrowing democracy, except for britons.

No other European country would have been more submissive and docile than the British white men.

You have richest history out of any country and look at you now! Poor little cucks who can't even defend your shity democracy.

Luke Hill
Luke Hill

For article 50 to be changed all member states have to re-ratify it.

Liam Brown
Liam Brown

They're only saying no to appear unbending, but Germany needs the UK to stay or they'll go into recession, they'll grant us an extension, but they'll act like they did it begrudgingly

Easton Foster
Easton Foster

caretaker
Is that like when a mafia don gets annoyed and sends in "the caretakers" ?

Jaxson Thomas
Jaxson Thomas

What's bad about recession? That's great, less migrants, less migrant economy, it's like less pollution, less need for pollution management business.

Austin Garcia
Austin Garcia

Democracy was already overthrown when Boris lied to the queen to have parliament silenced so that they couldn't hold him to account.

Lincoln Murphy
Lincoln Murphy

Furthermore, the stockmarket is crashing now since UK will never leave EU.

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Zachary Hernandez
Zachary Hernandez

Wouldn't it be easier if you didn't look like Mongolian

Nathan Wood
Nathan Wood

youtube.com/watch?v=MYQPzn0VuNc

William Barnes
William Barnes

We’re the only Europeans even attempting to leave you Nordcuck faggot

Stay seething and obsessed, bootlickers

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Chase Bell
Chase Bell

Germany needs the UK to stay
Can you please fuck off today?

or they'll go into recession
We are in a Jap style recession. 3% unemployment, anaemic growth because our working age population is rapidly shrinking despite immigration from the East. Brexit won’t affect us one bit because the day after Brexit some emergency rule is put in place to keep tariffs at 0 both ways. I mean if Canada, Morocco and Mexico has 0 tariffs with the EU, the idea there should be tariffs with the UK is ridiculous.

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Dylan Sanchez
Dylan Sanchez

I don't want Germany to have a recession as they'll likely drag down the rest of Europe with them, the last recession gave the UK a Tory government and almost a decade of austerity, why would I ever want that?

William Adams
William Adams

Every other EU country that has held referendums over various issues that went against he will of the EU has been bullied into reholding it over and over till the EU got the result they wanted. Only the UK has fought against the EU this hard.

Evan Russell
Evan Russell

eats own vegetable and fruit
Stock what? Oh, the consumer cuck worries.
Funny how much illegal employing IT industry cares about stocks, like if stocks mean anything good for legal natives.

Blake Long
Blake Long

Hold him account to what? Making sure that he doesn't leave EU as promised in Article 50 3 years ago?

You fucking cuck, shitcountry. I hope you understand that you are the biggest cuck country in the world. YOU ARE WORSE THAN SWEDEN, NETHERLANDS, BELGIUM, GERMANY AND FRANCE. Nobody respect you!

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Jaxon Ross
Jaxon Ross

Cope

Justin Richardson
Justin Richardson

A hung parliament. Every last one of them.

Dylan Miller
Dylan Miller

I was honest. Where is your argument? You really think there will be high tariffs between the EU and UK after Brexit? Really??

Aiden Ward
Aiden Ward

You gave Germany a predetermined kill switch the second you didn't adopt euro and EU gave itself a kill switch the second it didn't ban dollars. So no worries, it was meant to be. EU was always planned to be exploitation of Europe so USA can save its ass one more time with their failed capitalism. Why do you think they sell weapons to Saudis? Because else they going to have a war industry recession, it's all about money, better the failed capitalism is sooner dead than later.

Aiden Turner
Aiden Turner

You will never leave EU since you are not willing to fight the elite. You are not willing to fight the elite women that just overthrew democracy.

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John Flores
John Flores

u wot m8
parliament is merely the organ of indirect will of the people

the plebiscite is the direct expressed will.

The parliament is subject to that

Elijah Thompson
Elijah Thompson

A fucking spider.

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David Rogers
David Rogers

Sounds very cope tier
The same can be said on any interest in Brexit by the people

Nolan Scott
Nolan Scott

why is there a huge spider on her shoulder?

this is evil right there

Jonathan Walker
Jonathan Walker

Hold him to account for him trying to force the UK to crash out of the EU so him and his mates can profit off of the bets they've placed against the UK economy and so that they don't have to pay their fair tax when the EU starts hammering down on them

Carter Reed
Carter Reed

the law which is written exactly nowhere

Daniel Jones
Daniel Jones

Unwritten law is still law.

Jayden Gonzalez
Jayden Gonzalez

The parliament is only democracy(people) when they adopt people's decision in split second people decided something, meaning they should have prepared law for agreement and disagreement vote of people.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democracy
Democracy (Greek: δημοkρατία dēmokratía, literally "rule by people"),

Else you aren't democracy. We place trust in parliament or senate to do exactly as people voted, but they don't do that, meaning we don't have democracy. It's a stupid idea anyway to have such a system, people should directly decide laws, not politicians. Every town should vote with 100% of people what they want and they should also force children to learn that in school. These parliament "democracy" people don't even understand own laws and they like to keep people dumb. There's too many laws.
I could replace whole criminal law with couple of sentences:
- if you don't have written permission to have a pen or anything not bought by you, then you are guilty. If you kill somebody then you are guilty, doesn't matters how it happened.

Cameron Reyes
Cameron Reyes

Please explain why the pund is deteriorating after these news? It was an all time high before this shit conclusion. The british economy was in fact booming, but now it is getting destroyed.

No seriously investor bet against valuta, since it is empirically impossible predicate their future value. YOU JUST FUCKED UP YOUR ECONOMY

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Cameron Flores
Cameron Flores

Why is she not at conference?

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Justin Ortiz
Justin Ortiz

but parliament isn't doing its job

Nathaniel Russell
Nathaniel Russell

Oh man, could you imagine if legal scholars were nearly as smart as you...

Just to think, you can solve all legal problems wiht just a few sentences, amazing...Woah...Balkan intelligence is so high...

Anthony Hernandez
Anthony Hernandez

Parliament's job is to have a job(money). Politicians should be working for free, getting food and shelter only, so they do it for country alone.

Daniel Mitchell
Daniel Mitchell

Yes, i could solve illegals very fast, we can solve it tomorrow:
- people owners vote, they decide what they want to eat or produce, meaning bosses don't decide and you have 0 migrants, because there's no need to pray to stupid Jew gods and gamble in economy with economic growth to cover your loans and debt.

Tyler Perry
Tyler Perry

when your press is so crooked they literally laugh in the headline when things go against the will of the people
what the fuck

Julian Morgan
Julian Morgan

probably visitin israel innit

Jose Robinson
Jose Robinson

Unwritten constitutions are superior

Nathaniel Anderson
Nathaniel Anderson

Another day, another Lib spazzout over the very fact that people with the temerity to disagree with her insist on continuing to brazenly still exist.

Samuel Green
Samuel Green

Muh will of the people
The will of a third 3 years ago in a campaign that would have been deemed illegal had it been legally binding, but sure

Joshua Diaz
Joshua Diaz

This sickness has infected you too. Gods help us all. This will end in blood.

Christopher Diaz
Christopher Diaz

But officially, she was "mislead"
Replace officially with "technically."
Your statement implies that the Queen subsequently made that judgement, which is NOT true.

I know I am just a Yank, but I feel the Queen, in her centuries long knowledge of the royal power, decided to let Boris exercise his rights, and let the whole thing hash out according to the original brexit vote. The voters and their politicians should rise or fall under the ultimate consequences of that vote. Boris has a shit job to do, but Cameron and May ran like rats away from the responsibility.

Jacob Brooks
Jacob Brooks

Btw what is Theresa May's job now? She should receive a bill for Brexit delay, we are market economy after all.

Hudson Howard
Hudson Howard

The will of a third
the referendum had a higher turnout than your national elections and the majority of the votes were in favor of Brexit. fuck off with your bullshit rhetoric

a campaign that would have been deemed illegal had it been legally binding
both sides campaigned to have their position known to the public beforehand. only one side had establishment and mass media support. that was not the Brexit side

Justin Russell
Justin Russell

nigel farage @ 9:31AM tweets - thank baby jesus the guy giving me a lot of money has been cleared so i can keep getting money.

nigel farage @ 11:01AM tweets - fuck the only person trying to deliver a no deal brexit and the will of the people.

fuck farage.

Daniel Price
Daniel Price

Shes back to mp

Jackson Butler
Jackson Butler

Gtfo Pekka, you're as Mongolian as Elizabeth Warren

Elijah Jones
Elijah Jones

Doesn't matter it was still only a third of the electorate, you can't know what the will of the people was based on that. And that doesn't matter, the tactics used by leave like the NHS bus were deemed illegal had it been a legally binding referendum

Adam Lewis
Adam Lewis

It has been an oligarchy for 75 years; it’s just being laid bare now.

Nolan Turner
Nolan Turner

nah m8

the parliament is just a clearing house for the peoples will as matter of convenience

Greeks form of democracy is far removed from ours is it not useful to make to strong a precedent.

Lincoln Lewis
Lincoln Lewis

Doesn't matter it was still only a third of the electorate
i guess elections should just not count anymore since it's not the majority of the electorate

Logan Wilson
Logan Wilson

Wow, it's almost as if Farage has always been a self serving cunt who is only interested in what will benefit him, rather than the people. He should have died in that plane crash

Chase Campbell
Chase Campbell

Imagine, if you will, delivering an ultimatum made enforceable by nothing more than the threat of pouty faces. Imagine, if you will, that ultimatum ever being anything but roundly ignored. Imagine, if you will, being british.

Landon Rogers
Landon Rogers

The biggest flaw of election democracy is for politicians to think that they are still elected after not fulfilling obligations. As matter of fact a well-run election democracy should have a bullet point paper of what political party wants to accomplish and they should be automatically fired by computer when they don't do that, so everybody elected should lose their job.

Robert Flores
Robert Flores

No, they won the referendum, I'm not arguing that, I'm arguing that leave is the will of the people, you can't know that because there is no majority

Thomas Evans
Thomas Evans

Don't forget Blair's eminence grise Lord Hamsterbum!

Colton Baker
Colton Baker

go back to pakistan, sand nigger

Anthony Thomas
Anthony Thomas

Have the queens people made a statement yet?
Is her maj gonna cuck out to the court she appointed and may overrule... is this a coup?

Samuel Peterson
Samuel Peterson

boris knows this. he is crashing this plane with no survivors

Blake Garcia
Blake Garcia

The queen is the monarch and the monarch is the ultimate power in the UK. We're a constitutional monarchy above all else and under that the queen has set up a representative democracy, every single aspect of parliament, the government and all the courts and legal systems exist only because she allows them to exist. She can dissolve parliament at any time and dissolve any of the courts at any time.

I'm actually kind of hoping that the queen steps in at this point and prorogues parliament again simply because they overturned her decision. Remember it's only the queen that can do this, the request comes from the PM but it's merely a request, the power lays with the queen, not with Boris. She's meant to stay out of political debates but she's very likely to be upset that her ruling was overturned. The good thing about the queen is that's she's above all criminal and civil law, so she can basically do whatever the fuck she wants and the courts can't do shit to her, and if they try she can simply disband them for interfering with her powers.

Jayden Cox
Jayden Cox

Is her maj gonna cuck out to the court she appointed and may overrule
The queen has limited powers. She listens to the privy council. The highest court of the land is the House of Lords.

Robert Martin
Robert Martin

She can dissolve parliament at any time
No she can't. That power and others were removed under the PA of 2011

Robert Robinson
Robert Robinson

thats the "conventional" wisdom until now

Tyler Ramirez
Tyler Ramirez

The queen very well knows that if she actually tries to step into governmental dealings, the UK will be a representative democracy before the day is out.. You gravely, gravely overestimate the power the Queen has and she certainly can't do any of the things you think she can.

Ryder King
Ryder King

Elizabeth II is mommy in house(parliament) and you have to go there as a good son to get approval if you can go play with your friends.
picture related Boris Johnson

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Camden White
Camden White

Here, let me help for the slow of thinking like yourself - 1) prorogation was illegal. 2) prorogation was annulled. This means 3) Parliament was never actually closed (legally) which means that it doesn't formally need to be recalled because (legally) it's still sitting.

No Queen's Speech, no PM authorisation. The MPs just turn up and get on with their jobs.

Jacob Hughes
Jacob Hughes

And when i say "representative democracy" i actually mean republic.

Jackson Thompson
Jackson Thompson

yes she can you dumb cunt. the PA os 2011 says nothing of the sort, fuck off.
overestimate? the Queen is supreme power of this nation. our armed forces swear allegiance to HER not this country. she has the power to order an entire country nuked off the face of this earth at any time she desires. overestimate? you're full of shit.

Justin Hill
Justin Hill

The MPs just turn up and get on with their jobs.
If they had been doing their jobs then brexit would be a lot further forward.

Gavin Barnes
Gavin Barnes

Yeah except she doesn't, this is some LARP-tier comedy.

Although i can understand that constitutional law isn't easy to comprehend when you didn't finish primary school.

Aiden Diaz
Aiden Diaz

The highest court of the land is the House of Logs.
Oh christ, now I am beginning to be sympathetic to Corbyn.

Asher Perry
Asher Perry

A VONC simply puts them into a position of trying to form an interim government for which there is no majority and so in that case it would fall back to a GE which the con government already ask for and the MPs rejected. And triggering a GE at this stage would shut down parliament for a good 2 weeks at the very least anyway and there's no time for that to all happen before Brexit now, at least not and have any kind of additional meaningful discussion.

So I don't think they'll bother to go down that route. It's kinda pointless anyway, right now the problem is the government do not hold a majority in parliament and that means they cannot pass votes. At the end of the day it comes down to a vote between the MPs that hold the power to take action, the government has no ability to over rule or veto if the majority of MPs go against them on anything.

Another GE will have no majority it will be a deadlock between Labour and Cons who will both lose significant number of voters. And Lib Dems and Brexit party who will surge. The best we could hope for is a Brexit party and Con coalition, which Nigel has already kind of hinted at.

Otherwise the next best thing is probably that we cross our fingers and hope the EU says fuck off another extension. At which point we're forced into a "deal or no deal" situation and we end the squabbling.

Owen Carter
Owen Carter

yes she can you dumb cunt. the PA os 2011 says nothing of the sort, fuck off. the Queen is supreme power of this nation
I think you need to go do some reading. It's embarassing seeing non bongs have a stronger grasp of parliamentary law than a native bong.

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Jaxon Williams
Jaxon Williams

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judicial_functions_of_the_House_of_Lords
Part 3 of the Constitutional Reform Act 2005, which came into force on 1 October 2009, abolished the appellate jurisdiction of the House of Lords, and transferred it to a new body, the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.

Carter Harris
Carter Harris

you keep throwing wiki buzzwords out like you have a clue. there Queen, right now, could order a nuclear attack on France and it'd be done within minutes. you thinking that she is just a figurehead is fucking laughable. did your senpai just arrive on a boat or something?

my understanding of the power the queen actual has was the subject of my dissertation lad(passed with honors), i'm well aware of just how much power that little old lady has.

Angel Anderson
Angel Anderson

the Queen is supreme power of this nation
Parliament is sovereign, you ignorant little cunt.

Connor Bell
Connor Bell

This is largley semantics and has more to do with codify the Lords role as the Highest court. They are called the Law 'Lords' for a reason. The supreme court are made up of Lords.

Adrian Perez
Adrian Perez

In a speific conext, hes not wrong. The Democrats, EU commies , corrupt uk officials are part of the same oligarchy

Colton Roberts
Colton Roberts

parliament.uk/about/living-heritage/evolutionofparliament/houseoflords/judicialrole/overview/supremecourt/
In 2005 Parliament passed the Constitutional Reform Act which, for the first time in constitutional history, provided for the separation of the Appellate Committee (supreme court) from the legislature (Parliament) and the executive (Government).

Lucas Nguyen
Lucas Nguyen

just shut up you fucking dickhead. the Queen is above parliament. the clue is them having to ask for her permission to enact anything. holy shit.

Easton Ward
Easton Ward

The Lords are separate from the legislature and executive. It's the role of the House of Lords to be so.

Thomas Garcia
Thomas Garcia

but you are wrong, since Lords aren't judges any longer:
parliament.uk/about/living-heritage/evolutionofparliament/houseoflords/judicialrole/overview/supremecourt/
New judges appointed to the Supreme Court will not be given peerages.

Connor Rogers
Connor Rogers

I'm for Brexit, but this is COPE

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