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Dr. Jennifer Cassidy 8h
Prime Minister, take note. It is very possible to conduct a press statement in front of loud protestors who don’t agree with your views and policies. It’s called part of the job. Exhibit A: and as shown below.
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Trevor Warner 🔶 18h
Philip Stephens goes for the jugular! - Boris Johnson’s lies are plunging Britain into a dark morass. There is not a soul in the long corridors of Whitehall who believes the prime minister is telling the truth.
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Schona Jolly QC Sep 17
Replying to @WomaninHavana
In response to Lady Hale; there are 13 significant bills that have been lost by prorogation, set out here; including on domestic violence, divorce and important Brexit legislation including on trade & immigration.
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Dr. Jennifer Cassidy Sep 17
Read it. Share it. Re-read it. Know it.
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The Butchers Arms Sep 17
It is quite noticeable that when Lord Keen is asked a question by the Judges he looks totally Panicky whereas Lord Pannick was always Keen to respond.
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paul bassett davies Sep 17
Can’t wait to discover if we’re fucked and it’s illegal, or we’re fucked but it’s completely legal.
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Røbbø 🇬🇧🇨🇦 Sep 17
John Major prorogued Parliament 6 times. He forced through the Maastricht treaty, sacked those who disagreed with him and suspended Parliament for his own ends to avoid the cash for questions controversy. Political hypocrisy should be criminalised.
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Haggis_UK #FBPE 🇬🇧 🇪🇺 Sep 17
Jolyon Maugham QC - That would mean a Prime Minister could suspend Parliament the day after a general election, & suspend it until the day before the next general election... that's an absolutely remarkable proposition.
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Jason N. Parkinson Sep 17
Leaving faces a tirade of abuse hurled from an angry group of supporters, who later spout anti-Muslim hatred & one man appears to make a succession of Nazi salutes, London, UK. 17/09/2019. For licensing contact: jasonnparkinson@gmail.com
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Derek James 🇬🇧🇪🇺🔶🌳#ProParliamentaryDemocracy Sep 17
Sorry! Have I got this right? has refused to provide a witness statement for the hearing on his proroguation of Parliament. He's not above the law! Who the hell does he think he is!
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Charlie Proctor Sep 17
I am the self-appointed President of the Lady Hale appreciation society. Not only is she a brilliant person and the most senior judge in the land, she was educated state school, and is a proud northerner. She will be missed when she retires in January
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Jessica Simor QC 13h
Every law student needs to watch Michael Fordham QC in the in Miller. A masterful tutorial in both law and advocacy - pinning every point to the words and analysis of the Justices in front on him.
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Louise Rowntree Sep 17
A bunch of seriously scary, aggressive, Brexit protesters just rushed up to as she left the then - as I tried to get them to back off her - me. All big, grown, men threatening small women. Nice.
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Dr. Jennifer Cassidy Sep 17
Excuse me? Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. A country that has drained the resources, time & agenda-setting power of not only the EU, but its own people for 3 years is refusing to provide a statement to the on his reasons for proroguation. Jesus.
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Clair Vainola Sep 17
Lady Hale - Star of the Supreme Court today! ⭐️
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Schona Jolly QC Sep 17
This ⁦⁩ headline is deeply irresponsible.. The article sets out the submissions of all parties to the Court, incl those of the PM’s team. Nothing leads to the headline which dangerously implies the judges are, or risk, bias or improper influence.
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Prof Tanja Bueltmann Sep 17
The loss of immigration bill has an immediate impact on millions of people. It should have been the means to finally guarantee the status of EU/EEA citizens in *primary* law. Without that protection goalposts will undoubtedly continue to be moved, like last week.
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Matty 🇬🇧🇪🇺 Sep 17
Lord Kerr: Can we take it he wouldn't attempt to prorogue again? Govt Lawyer: I'm not in a position to comment on that
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Steve #RevokeRemainRebuild #RevokeArticle50 ⚫ 8h
If the finds that the Prorogation was unlawful on the grounds that Johnson lied to the Queen, he should be prosecuted for misconduct in public office
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Borish Jonson 9h
Oh so a speech can be delivered above the noise of demonstrators after all
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