Brexit:Those judges aren’t ‘enemies of the people’, they are upholding British law

In June a referendum was held to allow the country to express its preference as to whether to stay as part of the EU or to leave it. As was acknowledged by all sides, the referendum had no legal effect whatsoever, although it was an enormously important indication as to what the country wanted its elected representatives to do about Britain’s membership of the EU.Read More..

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