Robin Tilbrook's Brexit court case...

(33 Posts)
Spinflight Fri 31-May-19 05:25:25

Is very unlikely to be heard until after the tory party have a new leader.

And it might not need to be heard at all if this interview with him is correct...

youtu.be/EYGewudfxDk

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1tisILeClerc Fri 21-Jun-19 08:55:41

{We don't care about extensions and deals etc.. we just wanted to leave!}

Leaving is one thing, deciding where you are going to is another and so far no 'useful' trade deals have been ratified with anyone else.
On 1 November the UK will be standing in the street in it's pants, with the door shut behind and no destination to go to.

twofingerstoEverything Fri 21-Jun-19 08:48:00

We don't care about extensions and deals etc.. we just wanted to leave!

Callvey - such a typical whiney, Brexiteer comment. Fuck the details, "we just want to leave..."

I, too, am sick of these people and the damage they've done/continue to do to our country.

1tisILeClerc Fri 21-Jun-19 08:15:41

{When you realise how the world works, we can have a proper conversation and I can teach you something}

The world works by forming large trade blocs with neighbours and allies for their mutual benefit. Some in the UK are deluded enough to think the UK still has an Empire. That was squandered over 70 years ago so now the UK is reliant on trade just to feed itself.

Callvey Thu 20-Jun-19 22:40:29

The only defence you have is my bad spelling and punctuation???
You cant comment on my initial post about the barristers opinion on the Tilbrook case? You might be educated but you are certainly not very clever. When you realise how the world works, we can have a proper conversation and I can teach you something. smile

Callvey Thu 20-Jun-19 21:42:06

Your inability to think for yourself, is that deliberate?

Callvey Thu 20-Jun-19 21:40:53

So yes deliberate

Callvey Thu 20-Jun-19 21:35:55

Im welsh

SwedishEdith Thu 20-Jun-19 19:58:08

Your sick because your a bad looser.

Is it deliberate? The consistent inability to punctuate or spell correctly on social media by leavers - is it to give the impression of being one of the downtrodden "ordinary" people?

Mistigri Thu 20-Jun-19 19:45:40

I guess that pride in being English does not extend to the language.

Do they make special phones without autocorrect or a spellchecker just for brexiters?

Songsofexperience Thu 20-Jun-19 17:23:03

Believe me we are more sick you. Idiot

Ah, people like you... such paragons of politenes! Never a bad word for others, always victimised, oh dear...

Callvey Thu 20-Jun-19 16:20:23

Your sick because your a bad looser.

Callvey Thu 20-Jun-19 16:17:14

you have just defined the European union. Believe me we are more sick you. Idiot

DeDoRonRon Thu 20-Jun-19 15:27:55

and their terrible spelling

1tisILeClerc Thu 20-Jun-19 15:26:52

{What do you mean anti social?}

I regard taking away my freedom to work, devaluation of my earnings, theft of my pension for me and my family all for no defined reason, more than a bit 'antisocial'.
The 17.4 Million that voted leave have not had their rights taken from them, yet. Try reading the ideology behind some of those you are wanting to elect into the cabinet.

nothingwittyhere Thu 20-Jun-19 15:18:01

and their lack of apostrophes

DeDoRonRon Thu 20-Jun-19 15:14:35

God I am so sick of brexiteers

Callvey Thu 20-Jun-19 15:10:06

You also DONT take rights from me! and the other 17.4 million of us. We are going to leave now get used to it smile

Callvey Thu 20-Jun-19 15:02:05

What do you mean anti social? I suppose your either on the gravy You people have no idea what your asking for. We want to leave, so lets leave

1tisILeClerc Thu 20-Jun-19 14:19:06

{We don't care about extensions and deals etc.. we just wanted to leave!}

Typical antisocial leaver bastard crap. You do NOT take rights from me just because of your half arsed pathetic wibbling.

Callvey Thu 20-Jun-19 13:22:57

That's a biased review & comparison of the case.

Essentially she is saying that Tillbrook's case doesn't have merit because its the complete opposite to the miller case, arguing that the article 50 extension doesn't effect the rights of the people and leaves us in a status quo situation. whereas the miller case argued that by leaving without a deal would effect the rights of people. WTF!]
It effects the 17.4 million people who voted to leave! but being the she is happy to stay in the EU (she specialises in EU law) she probably believes the 17.4 million of us didn't know what we were voting for. What a joke, they just cant seem to understand we voted to leave. We don't care about extensions and deals etc.. we just wanted to leave!

ContinuityError Tue 04-Jun-19 03:25:36

Not sure that appointing Eadie is that surprising - he is First Treasury Counsel after all, and has already represented the Government in Brexit related cases.

Ilovethefuninthesun Sun 02-Jun-19 14:43:22

The Government in all their protestations are taking it seriously enough when they have employed Sir James Eadie QC to defend them, but agree with your statement that the opinions on the Gina Miller case were divided and were, at the end of the day only opinions.

Mistigri Sun 02-Jun-19 13:52:06

Gina was told at every stage of her case that it had no merit, but yet she continued on and won her case.

This is absolutely not true. I follow a lot of lawyers on twitter, and opinions on the Miller case were divided.

On this new case ... not so much. Not seen a single serious legal commenter who thinks it has any merit.

We shall see, but as a remainer I'm not losing any sleep over this ;)

Ilovethefuninthesun Sun 02-Jun-19 12:01:02

Continuity, just read your link. It’s interesting to note Anneli speaking of the merit of Gina Millers case as Gina was told at every stage of her case that it had no merit, but yet she continued on and won her case.
The fact that although the Government employ 3000 legal staff they have choose instead to out source the case to Sir James Eadie QC, the very judge they employed for Gina Millers case. So based on this comparison it does seem like it’s not as clear cut as it seems.

ContinuityError Sat 01-Jun-19 12:32:42

Anneli Howard's view on the case is here:

endthechaos.co.uk/blog/the-tilbrook-case-is-about-polemical-and-not-legal-argument/

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