The British judges who stuck a legal thumb into the Article 50 shotgun are unfairly getting both barrels

How Brexiteers could unleash such a torrent on judges who were asked to resolve a perfectly straightforward issue?

6th November, 2016

Inanity and vituperation in equal measure were the content of a collective projectile vomit by wildly pro-Brexit British newspapers aimed at the three High Court judges who upheld the principle of parliamentary sovereignty where it conflicts with the royal prerogative in the these last few days.

How Brexiteers could unleash such a torrent on judges who were asked to resolve a perfectly straightforward issue in accordance with law, I find hard to grasp.

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