The treacherous 11 Justices within the Supreme Court have today ruled that PM Boris Johnson’s decision to prorogue Parliament was unlawful. Mr Johnson suspended – or prorogued – Parliament for five weeks earlier this month, but the court said it was wrong to stop MP’s carrying out duties in the run-up to Brexit on 31 October 2019. What would these duties be? Working hand in hand with the EU to ensure the biggest democratic vote in British history is thwarted!
A spokesmen for 10 Downing Street said “It was currently processing the verdict”
Delivering its conclusions, the Supreme Court’s President Lady Hale, said in an extraordinary attack on the PM’s motives,
“The effect on the fundamentals of our democracy was extreme.”
She added: “The decision to advise Her Majesty to prorogue Parliament was unlawful because it had the effect of frustrating or preventing the ability of Parliament to carry out its constitutional functions without reasonable justification.”
Lady Hale said the unanimous decision of the 11 justices was that Parliament had not been prorogued – the decision was null and of no effect – and it was for the Speakers of the Commons and Lords to decide what to do next.
The ruling made by the Supreme Court is no surprise, our justice system is completely, utterly corrupt and only favours the elite. If this doesn’t get your blood boiling, I’m not sure what will. These people don’t care about us, they don’t care about your vote and they damn well don’t care about Democracy.
The decision sparked unprecedented courtroom scenes with arch-remainer Gina Miller, who helped defeat Mr Johnson, hugging her lawyer Lord Pannick QC and others as her victory over the Brexiteer Prime Minister was confirmed.
Outside in Parliament Square her anti-democratic, treacherous EU supporters cheered and chanted: ‘Johnson out’ as she said: ‘The ruling today speaks volumes. This Prime Minister must open the doors of Parliament tomorrow. MP’s must get back and be brave and bold in holding this unscrupulous government to account’.
Boris Johnson has already vowed not to resign from No 10 if he lost the case – and he will now be considering whether he can legally defy the court and ask the Queen to prorogue Parliament again.
Today’s treacherous and extraordinary Supreme Court judgment will have seismic consequences over whether the political power of the Prime Minister built up over centuries can be neutered by the courts. This isn’t what Democracy looks like. How can the Prime Minister and 17.4 Million people be overruled by a Supreme Court packed full of Remainers!
Terrorist supporter and Leader of The Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn demanded an immediate recall of Parliament and an election to get a ‘democratic’ government.
He said: ‘It shows the PM has acted wrongly in shutting down parliament. It demonstrates a contempt for democracy and an abuse of power.’
Mr Johnson said the suspension was ordered to allow for a Queen’s Speech on October 14 when he will unveil a new legislative agenda.
Asked if his position would be untenable if the court rules against him, he said: ‘No, I think the reasons for wanting a Queen’s Speech are extremely good.’
He went on: ‘When it comes to parliamentary scrutiny, what are we losing? Four or five days of parliamentary scrutiny when they’ve had three years to discuss these issues.’
It’s really plain and simple. The Establishment are pulling out all the stops to ensure that the United Kingdom does not LEAVE the EU on the 31st October 2019. What we are seeing is a coordinated effort from the Globalist’s to sabotage Brexit and discredit our Prime Minister. The people that are celebrating this ruling, do not support Democracy. It’s a sad day in this countries history when our Supreme Court sides with a foreign power. The brave men and women that fought for this country in WW1 and WW2 would be absolutely disgusted in the ruling that was handed down today.
Below are the 11 Traitors that should be treated as ENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE
Lady Hale, Lord Reed, Lord Carnwath, Lord Lloyd-Jones, Lord Hodge, Lord Wilson, Lady Arden, Lady Black, Lord Sales, Lord Kerr and Lord Kitchin will make the final ruling in the Supreme Court (pictured top left to bottom right)
Lady Hale, 74, was appointed the first female president of the Supreme Court in 2017 after a varied career as an academic lawyer, law reformer and judge.
A long-standing champion of diversity in the judiciary, she became the first female justice of the court in October 2009, and was appointed deputy president in June 2013.
During her time as deputy president, Yorkshire-born Lady Hale ruled on numerous high-profile cases, including the Brexit appeal.
– Lord Reed, 63, was appointed deputy president of the Supreme Court in June last year and will replace Lady Hale when she retires in January.
One of the court’s two Scottish justices, he previously served as a judge in Scotland and sometimes sits as a judge at the European Court of Human Rights and the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal.
He was educated at the universities of Edinburgh and Oxford before qualifying as an advocate in Scotland and a barrister in England and Wales.
– Lord Kerr, 71, is the first justice of the court to come from Northern Ireland, where he served as Lord Chief Justice from 2004 to 2009.
Educated at St Colman’s College, Newry, and Queen’s University, Belfast, he was called to the Bar of Northern Ireland in 1970, and to the Bar of England and Wales in 1974.
– Lord Wilson, 74, was appointed in 2009, having previously been a judge in the High Court’s family division and the Court of Appeal.
– Lord Carnwath, 74, studied at Cambridge and was called to the Bar in 1968. He served as Attorney General to the Prince of Wales from 1988 to 1994.
While a judge of the Chancery Division, he was also chairman of the Law Commission and, between 2007 and 2012, was Senior President of Tribunals.
– Lord Hodge, 66, the court’s other Scottish justice, was previously the Scottish judge in Exchequer Causes, one of the Scottish intellectual property judges, a judge in the Lands Valuation Appeal Court and a commercial judge.
– Lady Black, 65, a justice since 2017, carried out a broad range of civil and criminal work during her early career as a barrister before specialising in family law.
She has served as a High Court judge and Lady Justice of Appeal.
Lady Black taught law at Leeds Polytechnic in the 1980s, was a founding author of the definitive guide to family law practice in England and Wales, and continues to serve as a consulting editor.
– Lord Lloyd-Jones, 67, was born and brought up in Pontypridd, South Wales, where his father was a school teacher, and is the court’s first justice to come from Wales.
A Welsh speaker, he was appointed to the High Court in 2005, and acted as adviser to the court in the Pinochet litigation before the House of Lords.
– Lady Arden, 72, who grew up in Liverpool, began her judicial career in 1993 after working as a barrister, QC, and Attorney General of the Duchy of Lancaster.
She became a member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague in 2011, and sits as a judge of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
– Lord Kitchin, 64, was called to the Bar in 1977 and his practice covered intellectual property, including patents, trademarks, copyright, designs and trade secrets.
He has also served as a High Court judge and as a Lord Justice of Appeal.
– Lord Sales, 57, is the youngest of the court’s justices and was appointed in January, having worked as a barrister and QC before his appointment to the High Court in 2008.
He was vice-president of the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, served as deputy chairman of the Boundary Commission for England and was appointed as a Lord Justice of Appeal.
Glancing through the backgrounds of the Judge’s it’s hardly surprising that they ruled against the PM, our country, it’s people and our Democracy. There is no such thing as justice in this country. Our institutions have been infiltrated by Globalist’s. They don’t want to see a an independent, thriving nation because then it would encourage other EU members to leave and that’s not what they want. It’s high time this mess was sorted out once and for all. How can a court overrule our PM and 17.4 million people. Our elected officials have had 3 years to scrutinize Brexit and then come to terms with it. But they haven’t because they refuse to accept the results of Democracy.
I personally think we’re all going to have to take to the streets and make our voices heard
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