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UK court blocks bid to prosecute Johnson over Brexit bus claim

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On 8/15/2019 at 10:14 AM, sawadee1947 said:

Same here in Thailand! 

Prayut and Boris could become real buddies. Together with Donald. World class elite! 😈😇

Prayat? 

 

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42 minutes ago, PoorSucker said:

Prayat? 

 

I know that interview. Very interesting giving a good picture of Boris 

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On ‎8‎/‎15‎/‎2019 at 9:23 PM, Loiner said:

This chancer Marcus Ball had his case thrown out of court only a couple of months ago. Why on earth did they think an appeal would be accepted? The Remainers will try anything, especially when using other people’s money.

 

Here in the UK, the judiciary is independent of the executive and of Parliament. If a lower court gives a person leave to appeal to a higher one, that is their right.

 

Yet again, a Brexiteer who bangs on about freedom and democracy doesn't like it when those rights are applied to those with whom they disagree!

 

 

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2 hours ago, 7by7 said:

 

Here in the UK, the judiciary is independent of the executive and of Parliament. If a lower court gives a person leave to appeal to a higher one, that is their right.

 

Yet again, a Brexiteer who bangs on about freedom and democracy doesn't like it when those rights are applied to those with whom they disagree!

 

 

He had his right to appeal. He took it and the appeal was rejected by the High Court judge, who also has a right to decide whether to accept it or not.

We all have rights and the Remainers are abusing theirs. They are also abusing our right to achieve Brexit in a timely manner. 

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49 minutes ago, Loiner said:

He had his right to appeal. He took it and the appeal was rejected by the High Court judge, who also has a right to decide whether to accept it or not.

We all have rights and the Remainers are abusing theirs. They are also abusing our right to achieve Brexit in a timely manner. 

 

It seems that you have changed your mind and now agree that any individual in the UK has the right to approach the courts and that the courts are, and must remain, independent of the government of the day!

 

Marcus Ball used that right. Shame that you call him a chancer but approve of the lies, subterfuge and, as found by the Electoral Commission, illegal tactics used by Cummings, Johnson and the rest of Vote.Leave.

 

Remember that their illegal activities mean that had the referendum been binding rather than advisory, the result would have been declared null and void!

 

Brexit would have happened last March if Rees-Mogg and others had put the interests of the country above personal ambition and voted for the government rather than against!

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1 hour ago, 7by7 said:

 

It seems that you have changed your mind and now agree that any individual in the UK has the right to approach the courts and that the courts are, and must remain, independent of the government of the day!

 

Marcus Ball used that right. Shame that you call him a chancer but approve of the lies, subterfuge and, as found by the Electoral Commission, illegal tactics used by Cummings, Johnson and the rest of Vote.Leave.

 

Remember that their illegal activities mean that had the referendum been binding rather than advisory, the result would have been declared null and void!

 

Brexit would have happened last March if Rees-Mogg and others had put the interests of the country above personal ambition and voted for the government rather than against!

No change of mind by me. I still think that Marcus Ball is a chancer. I still think he was wasting everybody's time going for an appeal after his case being kicked out the first time. He is for sure chancing it again if trying for a Supreme Court to hear his appeal  Maybe it's all because he is swanning around the courts on other peoples' crowd funded money. Nothing to do with his rights, which he is abusing with vexatious court applications.

 

If there had been any illegal activities by Boris in the Vote Leave campaign, he would have been in court now, so would Nigel and anyone else you care to mention. You will have noted that none of the Leave campaigners are in jail or the courts, and the referndum result stands. Your allegations are just bluff and bluster. Rees-Mogg is putting the interests of the country above whatever you believe his ambition is. I have no doubt that they are also above your own personal anti-Brexit interests, so no problem with that either.

 

The parallels between Marcus Ball and the general Remain anti-Brexit trickery are interesting: We didn't get the answer we expected at the referendum because too many plebs voted the wrong way. We know better than them, so we'll take it to the courts/parliament where we will get our own way, regardless of what anybody else says. Because we didn't get the answer we wanted from that court, we will try another court/parliament until we get our own way.

Is this how all Remainers always think? Can we see a trend developing here?

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