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May cannot trigger Brexit: Government loses High Court case... watch

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    https://uk.news.yahoo.com/may-cannot...101300161.html

    What the hell?!?
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    Good, the Bill will go through the Parliament rather than be made by a questionable Royal Prerogative.
    What's bad about it?
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    Parliamentary approval is an integral part of democracy
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    I and many others have been pointing this out for months, pushing it through as a Royal Prerogative was never going to be legal, and the referendum was a non-binding vote, but all the brexiteers have just put blinders on anything which differs from their ignorant opinion.
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    I don't think it means Brexit will be stopped. Otherwise it would cause a consternation as it appears to suggest what people have known all along: that the politicians don't serve the people, only themselves
 
 
 
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