Anyway; moving on from the long squabble, Bojo has simply said he'll reprorogue or hold the reconvening off til Oct 14th (is that lawful)?
So we're fecked..
Sorry, it's (03)2016-(02)2019, a three year period, the point really, is that the E.U, of which we are still a member, with the U.K, in general the economic performance of both is pretty miserable when measured against inflation & when we do leave the E.U, our poor productivity performance will have to be addressed.
I'm not sure that he can repeat the excercise,but, the case against the government, was that they wanted to avoid parliamentary scrutiny, I think the court have made an 'error' there, but their interpretation may be that there has been an unlawful interuption of parliamentary business.
On the other hand, the claimant, with the other supporters in the action, have their own motives that are not restricted to the case itself,they want parliament to stop Brexit-period & this case was their method to pursue their objectives.
That the High Court declared the decision to be 'extreme'; is neither here nor there, because, the situation(of thwarting the decision by voters to leave the E.U by a parliament that doesn't want to, was an 'exceptional' reason in which to invoke suspension.
At the end of the day though, the situation is political & normal service will only resume when an election has been conducted.
Yes, I would suggest that it could be, as it might be seen to be in 'contempt of court'.So we're fecked...
. Indeed, for a very long time,but we still have some way to go.