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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? 19:03 - Aug 10 with 4282 viewsGowerjack

Interesting piece here from Criminal Law and Justice weekly.

In essence the referendum was only ever advisory invoking article 50 may have been illegal and May and her team are fully aware of this.

https://www.docdroid.net/EyjQhLM/clj-181-27-wolchover-5-final-approved-1.pdf

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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 20:31 - Aug 10 with 526 viewsSwans777

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 20:21 - Aug 10 by exiledclaseboy

That article is nonsense. An Act of Parliament was required to authorise the government to trigger withdrawal and such an Act was passed.


Thank you very much.
End of the thread.
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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:31 - Aug 10 with 526 viewsploppy

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:21 - Aug 10 by waynekerr55

Without wishing to be a pedant, the 156m point has only just come to light...


Is it 156m?

Read this
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-40860657
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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:32 - Aug 10 with 526 viewsSwans777

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:21 - Aug 10 by Jackfath

I remember you saying being out of Europe would be good for your business.


Did you ?
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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:37 - Aug 10 with 515 viewsJackfath

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:32 - Aug 10 by Swans777

Did you ?


Yes I do.

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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:39 - Aug 10 with 511 viewswaynekerr55

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:37 - Aug 10 by Jackfath

Yes I do.


I thought he was a new POSTER

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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:40 - Aug 10 with 509 viewsJackfath

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:39 - Aug 10 by waynekerr55

I thought he was a new POSTER


He used to post as DGT73 (or some other number following DGT)

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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:41 - Aug 10 with 505 viewswaynekerr55

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:40 - Aug 10 by Jackfath

He used to post as DGT73 (or some other number following DGT)


Was he a Costa Barista?

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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 20:43 - Aug 10 with 500 viewsexiledclaseboy

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 20:26 - Aug 10 by waynekerr55

Didn't the article focus upon potential legality of passing the act?


Yeah but come on. The intellectual gymnastics that have gone into that take some buying into. An Act of Parliament authorised the government to trigger A50 and the government did so. End. I dislike it as much as you seem to but it is what it is.

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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:45 - Aug 10 with 491 viewsJackfath

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:39 - Aug 10 by waynekerr55

I thought he was a new POSTER


Potentially, what could happen?

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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:46 - Aug 10 with 490 viewsSwans777

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:40 - Aug 10 by Jackfath

He used to post as DGT73 (or some other number following DGT)


Sorry to spoil your fun , old chap, but you are barking up the wrong tree.
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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:46 - Aug 10 with 486 viewsSwans777

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act on 20:37 - Aug 10 by Jackfath

Yes I do.


That's good, old chap.
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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 20:46 - Aug 10 with 486 viewswaynekerr55

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 20:43 - Aug 10 by exiledclaseboy

Yeah but come on. The intellectual gymnastics that have gone into that take some buying into. An Act of Parliament authorised the government to trigger A50 and the government did so. End. I dislike it as much as you seem to but it is what it is.


"it is what it is"

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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 20:48 - Aug 10 with 482 viewsSwans777

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 20:43 - Aug 10 by exiledclaseboy

Yeah but come on. The intellectual gymnastics that have gone into that take some buying into. An Act of Parliament authorised the government to trigger A50 and the government did so. End. I dislike it as much as you seem to but it is what it is.


It's called democracy. Terrible thing.
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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 20:51 - Aug 10 with 475 viewsexiledclaseboy

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 20:46 - Aug 10 by waynekerr55

"it is what it is"

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It is what it is and we are where we are as they say. And where we are is in the midst of an absolute shambles of what could turn out to be almost treasonous proportions. Article 50 should not have been activated until the Government at least had a clear idea of what it wanted out of the subsequent negotiations. Here we are nearly five months later and only 19 months until we leave and they still haven't got the first clue what they're doing.

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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 21:03 - Aug 10 with 454 viewsGowerjack

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 20:03 - Aug 10 by Swans777

Not bothered reading the article, because it's pointless.
All nonsense, which we've been through hundreds of times in the last 13 months.


Didn't need to read the article as his wife is a barrister don't you know.

Probably know the guy personally have him over for petit four's and canapรฉs..

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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 21:04 - Aug 10 with 452 viewsdickythorpe

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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 21:37 - Aug 10 with 422 viewsKilkennyjack

Alan Sugar wants Boris in jail.
I agree.

Lock him up. Lock him up. ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 21:38 - Aug 10 with 422 viewslonglostjack

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 20:48 - Aug 10 by Swans777

It's called democracy. Terrible thing.


Why 777 and not 747? Or 666 ? Curious.

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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 21:45 - Aug 10 with 406 viewsSwans777

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 21:38 - Aug 10 by longlostjack

Why 777 and not 747? Or 666 ? Curious.


DCCLXXVII , I hope this helps.
Or in others words 7 is a lucky number.
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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 21:51 - Aug 10 with 396 viewswaynekerr55

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 21:37 - Aug 10 by Kilkennyjack

Alan Sugar wants Boris in jail.
I agree.

Lock him up. Lock him up. ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ



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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 22:20 - Aug 10 with 368 viewslonglostjack

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 21:45 - Aug 10 by Swans777

DCCLXXVII , I hope this helps.
Or in others words 7 is a lucky number.
[Post edited 10 Aug 21:48]


dank u wel meneer

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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 22:32 - Aug 10 with 361 viewsr0ckin

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 20:22 - Aug 10 by plasjack

Economics aside, most of those that voted to leave were afraid of wide scale immigration, that would threaten the indigenous population of jobs.


No question, yet people will see literally no difference in this area.

The tory party is a business friendly party, they are not going to shut the borders no matter what many say. This 'taking back control' line is a soundbite. At no point did they say we would CUT NUMBERS.

We have 'control' of over 50% of immigration already and yet that is pretty every year HIGHER than EU migration.

Non EU migration has been proven to be a negative drain on GDP whereas EU migration has been proven to be a positive. The reason being that the migrants are younger, more mobile and they WORK.

In essence this means that the Government would be biting off its nose to spite its face to reduce numbers. It won't, numbers will reduce naturally through lower economic performance within the Country and increased economic performance from OUTSIDE in host Countries, if you look at the figures in the not to distant past it was break even on EU migration numbers between those leaving and those coming.

The change occurred when Britain took a decision based on its own ideals at the time by the labour Gov of Blair to lift transitional controls on Eastern block Countries, this was not something that occurred in other Countries. This was not IMPOSED on us, it was OUR decision.

In terms of EU enlargement, this again was something pushed by the United Kingdom. We have long believed in bringing former Soviet Countries into the EU to enlarge the block something the French and Germans have been sceptical about. One of the biggest advocates of Turkish membership was you guessed it Britain!

Peace

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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 22:41 - Aug 10 with 348 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

Kick em out was the word at the voting box

What a f ucking shambles

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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 22:42 - Aug 10 with 348 viewsr0ckin

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 22:32 - Aug 10 by r0ckin

No question, yet people will see literally no difference in this area.

The tory party is a business friendly party, they are not going to shut the borders no matter what many say. This 'taking back control' line is a soundbite. At no point did they say we would CUT NUMBERS.

We have 'control' of over 50% of immigration already and yet that is pretty every year HIGHER than EU migration.

Non EU migration has been proven to be a negative drain on GDP whereas EU migration has been proven to be a positive. The reason being that the migrants are younger, more mobile and they WORK.

In essence this means that the Government would be biting off its nose to spite its face to reduce numbers. It won't, numbers will reduce naturally through lower economic performance within the Country and increased economic performance from OUTSIDE in host Countries, if you look at the figures in the not to distant past it was break even on EU migration numbers between those leaving and those coming.

The change occurred when Britain took a decision based on its own ideals at the time by the labour Gov of Blair to lift transitional controls on Eastern block Countries, this was not something that occurred in other Countries. This was not IMPOSED on us, it was OUR decision.

In terms of EU enlargement, this again was something pushed by the United Kingdom. We have long believed in bringing former Soviet Countries into the EU to enlarge the block something the French and Germans have been sceptical about. One of the biggest advocates of Turkish membership was you guessed it Britain!


https://www.spectator.co.uk/2017/07/dear-leavebugs-its-time-to-admit-your-mistak


Matthew Parris as ever on the money

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Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 22:47 - Aug 10 with 345 viewsLoyal

Brexit result not legally binding - Has the PM committed a criminal act? on 19:58 - Aug 10 by Swans777

The fact that people still think Brexit isn't going to happen. Hilarious.๐Ÿ˜‚


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