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Thread: Scottish Civil Court Judgement.

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    Scottish Civil Court Judgement.

    So theses three Scottish judges are not only experts in the law but are also now mind readers! They have decided that they knew Boris Johnson's intentions in suspending parliament, an action that every previous prime minister has performed. Also, why was it fine for John Major to prorogue parliament but not Boris Johnson. To my mind this is yet another example of the establishment trying to defy the democratic will of the country.

    Take it to the Supreme Court Boris but don't hold your breath that you will obtain a fair hearing.

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    I’ve been warned to moderate my language on here so all I’ll say to these Scottish judges is....




    GO F U C K YOURSELVES!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leicesterbaggie View Post
    So theses three Scottish judges are not only experts in the law but are also now mind readers! They have decided that they knew Boris Johnson's intentions in suspending parliament, an action that every previous prime minister has performed. Also, why was it fine for John Major to prorogue parliament but not Boris Johnson. To my mind this is yet another example of the establishment trying to defy the democratic will of the country.

    Take it to the Supreme Court Boris but don't hold your breath that you will obtain a fair hearing.


    Bitter and spiteful jocks! Give them independence with a declaration if it all goes wrong - bollox to them! Sturgeon is another complete joke just like Davidson who could not resign gracefully but needs to be twisted and bitter to the end!

    Went into a shop the other day and they tried to give me monopoly money ( scottish notes ) and I told them to shove it up their ring piece!

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    Further to my original post regarding the decision of the Scottish Civil Court. The reason for John Major proroging parliament was to avoid damning questions being asked regarding ministers receiving cash for questions. Wouldn't 't anybody with any moral standing think that this as a far worse crime than that of Boris. The word hypocracy comes to mind for the umpteenth time. Why are these individuals still getting away with it?

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    We are all going to hell in a handcart. The only way the establishment will listen now is to protest like the French and as they have in Hong Kong. Drastic measures now required.

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    We’ve had it all today,

    The Labour rabble.....the TUC Neanderthals......the grinning sixth form p I l l o c k running the Dib Lemmings and wee Krankie up in Scotland all up in arms.

    I really couldn’t give an a r s e hole and more importantly neither does Boris.

    I’m hearing staunch Labour supporters on TV and some equally staunch friends of mine saying that they’ve never voted Tory but they will next time.

    BRING IT ON!!!

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    I don't remember them celebrating when the lost the initial case. This result was inevitable, Supreme Court has been booked in from the

    start. Bxtch Miller ruling in English Court was very specific, will take a lot of "evidence" for the Supreme Court not to support English Court ruling, can't wait to see what evidence they provide bearing in mind only Boris knows whether he mislead the Queen unless they intend to examine HRM's WhatsApp. I concur with Mick's final statement above - they can GFY

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickd1961 View Post
    We’ve had it all today,

    The Labour rabble.....the TUC Neanderthals......the grinning sixth form p I l l o c k running the Dib Lemmings and wee Krankie up in Scotland all up in arms.

    I really couldn’t give an a r s e hole and more importantly neither does Boris.

    I’m hearing staunch Labour supporters on TV and some equally staunch friends of mine saying that they’ve never voted Tory but they will next time.

    BRING IT ON!!!


    Corbyn loved it in Brighton with the TUC - the W anker!! He will be rodgering Abbott tonight thinking he will be next PM

    Need to emigrate as this country is ****ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by baggieal View Post
    Corbyn loved it in Brighton with the TUC - the W anker!! He will be rodgering Abbott tonight thinking he will be next PM

    Need to emigrate as this country is ****ed
    France may be the place to go Al if their court ruling today is anything to go by.

    Man away on business for his firm has sex with a complete stranger (female) in the hotel and dies during sex of a heart attack. The court of appeal has ruled that the employer is responsible for any accident the employee may have whilst working away on behalf of the employer.

    Widow and family to get compensation from employer! You couldn’t make it up. Employers out there beware!

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    Quote Originally Posted by baggieal View Post
    Corbyn loved it in Brighton with the TUC - the W anker!! He will be rodgering Abbott tonight thinking he will be next PM

    Need to emigrate as this country is ****ed
    Corbyn at the TUC is like “the Kings new clothes” each year.......a few hundred Marxist and Trots,many of them “soap dodging” career activists who never get a proper job,cheer at the wizened old c u n t and he thinks he’s about to rule the world!!

    Imbecile!

    Meanwhile....Kier Starmer,Tom Watson,Emily “fat b I t c h@ Thornberry and the very s h a g a b l e Caroline Flint are all giving the media their own entirely different versions of a Labour Brexit policy.

    An absolute shambles.

    And still they cheer Corbyn 😆

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickd1961 View Post
    Corbyn at the TUC is like “the Kings new clothes” each year.......a few hundred Marxist and Trots,many of them “soap dodging” career activists who never get a proper job,cheer at the wizened old c u n t and he thinks he’s about to rule the world!!

    Imbecile!

    Meanwhile....Kier Starmer,Tom Watson,Emily “fat b I t c h@ Thornberry and the very s h a g a b l e Caroline Flint are all giving the media their own entirely different versions of a Labour Brexit policy.

    An absolute shambles.

    And still they cheer Corbyn 😆


    Your standards are dropping Mick! Caroline Flint is a ugly cow but then again an absolute ****in beauty compared to Diane Abbott!

    Pity Corbyn was not there in 1984 - the Grand Hotel and turned to dust!

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    I would be highly surprized if that judgement is allowed to stand. The PM does not prorogue parliament, the queen does. The Court is the queen's court and the judges are merely delegates of the queen, hence the royal coat off arms behind their seat. As a legal matter, the queen has pretty much absolute power over parliament. It is called by her, prorogued by her, recalled by her and dissolved by her. The fact that she only does it on the recommendation of her PM is a concession to the will of the people as expressed through her government that sits with the confidence of parliament and was mainly instituted by the desire not to get beheaded, as Charles I found out. If parliament did not want to be prorogued, it should have defeated the government on a no-confidence vote at which point the PM has two choices: ask the queen to dissolve parliament and call an election, or ask the queen to prorogue parliament to give him time to form a government that does have the confidence of parliament. Unless and until parliament expresses no confidence in the government, the PM has every right to ask to prorogue parliament and the queen has every right to grant it or refuse it. Allowing a judge to over rule the queen is also highly revolutionary because the judge has, as a legal matter, displaced her right and prerogative as the monarch and she is therefore, no longer sovereign. So who is then sovereign? The PM? The government? Parliament? The people? If this judgement stands, it is a revolution on the scale of the US and French revolutions. I find it hard to see a court as eminent as the Court of Appeal will not wish to see this precedent quickly erased regardless of their political opinions.

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    This is a case of three “Nomark” Scottish judges wanting their fifteen minutes of fame.

    I am so looking forward to the Scottish voting for independence.....that’ll be around £2000 per head that we don’t have to waste on that bunch of drunken,drug addled lowlife most of whom carry an enormous chip on their shoulders.

    Let the Germans and the 🐸 ‘s subsidise them.

    Sturgeon has a face that even her own mother couldn’t love......if I was forced to s h a g her I’d have to twist it 180 degrees like on that bird in the Exorcist!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickd1961 View Post
    This is a case of three “Nomark” Scottish judges wanting their fifteen minutes of fame.

    I am so looking forward to the Scottish voting for independence.....that’ll be around £2000 per head that we don’t have to waste on that bunch of drunken,drug addled lowlife most of whom carry an enormous chip on their shoulders.

    Let the Germans and the �� ‘s subsidise them.

    Sturgeon has a face that even her own mother couldn’t love......if I was forced to s h a g her I’d have to twist it 180 degrees like on that bird in the Exorcist!
    let the frogs subsidise them,history tells you the Scots and the french have always been in bed together, cozying up to TRY and defeat the big bad English.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baggieal View Post
    Corbyn loved it in Brighton with the TUC - the W anker!! He will be rodgering Abbott tonight thinking he will be next PM

    Need to emigrate as this country is ****ed
    I see there were a good handful of Corbynites at the Brighton conference yesterday happily mingling with other members who are currently suspended from the party for racist anti Jewish comments. If the shoe was on the other foot and this was a Tory conference, I can only imagine we’d have mass demos in London from the loony lefties accusing the party of being Nazis

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickd1961 View Post
    This is a case of three “Nomark” Scottish judges wanting their fifteen minutes of fame !
    So many MP’s so keen to uphold the law with this ruling. Haven’t they already defied the law twice by failing to trigger Article 50 that they’d previously voted for? People in glass houses and all that .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by stripes39 View Post
    I see there were a good handful of Corbynites at the Brighton conference yesterday happily mingling with other members who are currently suspended from the party for racist anti Jewish comments. If the shoe was on the other foot and this was a Tory conference, I can only imagine we’d have mass demos in London from the loony lefties accusing the party of being Nazis


    Totally agree Stripes! That’s why it was so hypocritical when that nomark stood up asking Johnson to apologise for his letterbox remarks.

    Johnson should have reminded him:
    1. To look closer to home with nasty Jewish comments.
    2. Reminded the nomark that burkas we’re banned in six EU countries already!!!

    Hypocritical w ankers the lot of them!!! The country is going down the pan big time.

    PS - anyone seen 123 as missing the utter
    s hite he posts for my daily laugh? Is he in Brighton with his chums?

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    So NI through out a complaint....England did the same....Scotland upheld it.....and now it goes to a supreme court type of the UK....
    Well this just gets more interesting by the day....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dubbag View Post
    So NI through out a complaint....England did the same....Scotland upheld it.....and now it goes to a supreme court type of the UK....
    Well this just gets more interesting by the day....
    Not more interesting at all, just more of a farce! Still the fat cat lawyers will be making more money from us suckers I suppose so it isn’t all bad.

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    Im beginning to have some doubts that Boris is gonna take us out. His refusal to form any sort of alliance with the Brexit Party means that he may not be as serious as he makes out. Brexit is bigger than party politics.

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