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nauseus

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  1. If the sovereign parliament wishes never to be returned I suppose it could do that.
  2. Maybe the ECJ could intervene?
  3. Educated, by you? Funny. No great lengths.No particular glee. Little agreement with what you said. We are not saying the same thing. All you've done is twisted and added words and irrelevances to try to mask your errors. Byeee
  4. More like foot in mouth that one.
  5. May was evidently undermining her so-called "Brexit Secretaries" from the off. No wonder they quit.
  6. Waiving the rules is an EU favourite.
  7. And neither did the 1975 referendum.
  8. Small correction to the bolded para. Couldn't edit it. The ECJ is certainly not independent of the EU, it is as much a part of the Union as the Parliament is and its primary role is to "ensure that in the interpretation and application of the (EU) Treaties the law is observed" (from Article 19) = = = = PS - Your Article 50 "case" was a request for a ruling from the ECJ from the Scottish Court of Session on behalf of a group of MPs. It was not an action against the EU. Feeling ignorant yet?
  9. I know that the ECJ is an EU institution. It is an informal name for the CJEU and listed as an institution together with the other main institutions that form the Union itself, including: Councils, the Commission, Parliament, Central Bank etc.... as the first item of Article 13 of the Lisbon Treaty (below). The ECJ is certainly not independent of the EU, it is as much a part of the Union as the Parliament is and its primary role is to "ensure that the interpretation and application of the (EU) Treaties the law is observed" (from Article 19). Article 13 of the Treaty on European Union 1. The Union shall have an institutional framework which shall aim to promote its values, advance its objectives, serve its interests, those of its citizens and those of the Member States, and ensure the consistency, effectiveness and continuity of its policies and actions. The Union’s institutions shall be: – the European Parliament, – the European Council, – the Council, – the European Commission (hereinafter referred to as ‘the Commission’), – Court of Justice of the European Union, – the European Central Bank, – the Court of Auditors.
  10. And be careful not to bow too low!
  11. The ECJ is the supreme court of the EU. It is part of the EU. It is the EU. Fact.
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