“Brexit campaigners have raised the prospect of an “appalling” subversion of the will of the British people by judges following the historic vote on June 23 to quit the EU.”
According to the divine right of this woman below and others. In opening the page to this article:
Crucial day for EU exit: Judges to rule TODAY on pivotal legal challenge from Remoaners
… I could hear the woman saying this is a fundamental question of the constitutional right of parliament to determine something like Brexit. She left out of course, the pesky little point that 17.4 million people, 52% of the voters, had made a clear statement, acknowledged as such by May, though she’s done precious little to implement the people’s will.
It’s not a fundamental clash in the least, it’s not in the least dispute – the people’s vote prevails, parliament has the right only in that context. But the lawless have tried to make out parliament can override the people – sort of a divine right to govern.
Now, coming back to May, she has either:
- A conservative’s demand that the will of the people be repsected, however much she does not like it;
- A sly and clever stance of appearing to strongly support Brexit whilst slowing it and knowing this court challenge would overrrule her and: “What could I do, my hands are tied, bring me a bowl of water to wash my hands”.