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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Are you suggesting that only the UK government could appeal to the ECJ to have the process nullified?
    Where did I make such a suggestion?
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    (Original post by _Fergo)
    Where did I make such a suggestion?
    Just seeking clarification (and making an implied point in so doing) :yy:
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Just seeking clarification (and making an implied point in so doing) :yy:
    Already explained that 'point' is both impractical and unreasonable.

    And in any case will most likely be resolved before March 2017.
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    (Original post by _Fergo)
    Already explained that 'point' is both impractical and unreasonable

    And in any case will most likely be resolved before March 2017
    Not sure you catch my drift but aye, we'll see how things develop. At any rate, the High Court judges can rest easy knowing MP's tend to prefer not to risk a lynch mob and hence wouldn't dream of going against the will of the people, certainly not after the #MAGA tsunami!
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Not sure you catch my drift but aye, we'll see how things develop. At any rate, the High Court judges can rest easy knowing MP's tend to prefer not to risk a lynch mob and hence wouldn't dream of going against the will of the people, certainly not after the #MAGA tsunami!
    Oh I do hon... your point has been singular.

    Quite ironic for a brexiter to refer to fellow brexiters as 'lynch mob' - it's all I've been saying all along!

    But, the judges are not concerned about politics. They are concerned about the law. That's something you should remember.
 
 
 
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