Remoaners LOSE First Legal Battle To Stop The Suspension Of Parliament

Today a Scottish Judge refused to order a temporary halt to stop PM Boris Johnson’s plan to prorogue Parliament. Frustrating the undemocratic Remoaners at the first stage of their legal bid to stop Parliament from being suspended.

Lord Doherty said this was because it was in the interests of justice, and in the public interest, for the case – which is opposed by the UK government – to proceed as quickly as possible.

But he said: “I am not satisfied that it has been demonstrated that there is a need for an interim suspension or an interim interdict to be granted at this stage.”

His decision not to grant an interdict was largely based on the fact that Parliament cannot be suspended until 9 September at the earliest.

The prime minister wants to suspend Parliament – a process known as proroguing – for five weeks ahead of a Queen’s Speech on 14 October.

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The United Kingdom is due to leave the European Union on the 31st October 2019 with or without a deal. However nothing runs smoothly in this country, especially when we have a significant number of traitors within the realm, who are hoping that the a court would rule it illegal and unconstitutional for Mr Johnson to suspend parliament ahead of that date.

PM Boris Johnson has warned the rebel alliance that they are damaging Britain’s chances of getting a deal done with the EU, by attempting to block a ‘No Deal’ Brexit.

The Globalist backed remainers are pulling out all the stops in their attempts to frustrate the will of the electorate and history will remember these people as traitors to the very nation they claim to want the best for.

The Remainers have completely lost their minds and all sense of rationality as they whipping up hysteria in an attempt to undermine the biggest British democratic exercise in history, whilst they actually claim to be defending Democracy.


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