Tuesday June 2, 2020

Brexit – the plot thickens

After last week’s legal ruling in Britain, many pro-Brexit elements appear to be experiencing a painful meltdown

6th November, 2016

It really is a new show every day over there in Britain. Earlier in the week, we had the Taoiseach telling people that Theresa May could well trigger Article 50 before her self-imposed end-of-March deadline. The very next day the British High Court pretty much nixed that idea, ruling that the British parliament had to have its say first. Which could take months. Or longer. There is likely to be a Supreme Court appeal as well.

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