Gina Miller

With that election resoundingly sending yet again that loud and clear message that the country wants nothing but out of the EU, it is inevitable that the trouble making Sorus stand-in, Ms Gina Miller will still, despite all evidence/odds/common sense ferment yet more Brexit trouble.

She sees herself as the one lone 'Joan of Arc wannabe’ who will, against all odds keep us tied to the coat-tails of that sinking, undemocratic, failing, money-pit the EU.

Who know what court case she will pursue next, but sadly it seems inevitable that she, like her blundering soulmate the double left footed dusky Abootapotumus, will plunge on with the next legal tilt at windmills...which unfortunately will cost the UK taxpayer yet more millions.
 
With that election resoundingly sending yet again that loud and clear message that the country wants nothing but out of the EU, it is inevitable that the trouble making Sorus stand-in, Ms Gina Miller will still, despite all evidence/odds/common sense ferment yet more Brexit trouble.

She sees herself as the one lone 'Joan of Arc wannabe’ who will, against all odds keep us tied to the coat-tails of that sinking, undemocratic, failing, money-pit the EU.

Who know what court case she will pursue next, but sadly it seems inevitable that she, like her blundering soulmate the double left footed dusky Abootapotumus, will plunge on with the next legal tilt at windmills...which unfortunately will cost the UK taxpayer yet more millions.
You may well be right but Boris can now pass laws which the courts must accept. The court of appeal made that point - about the primacy of Parliament - in the summer. Possibly when doing so not anticipating that the PM would control parliament so decisively.
Miller is a terrible person and, were I to express my wishes for her future, I'd probably be arrested. So I won't.
 

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You may well be right but Boris can now pass laws which the courts must accept. The court of appeal made that point - about the primacy of Parliament - in the summer. Possibly when doing so not anticipating that the PM would control parliament so decisively.
Miller is a terrible person and, were I to express my wishes for her future, I'd probably be arrested. So I won't.
Ms Miller has cost the UK taxpayer millions and ultimately to no avail. We will get Brexit. She has lost. Her legacy will be that we may end up with a worse outcome because of the damage she did to our negotiating position. Although to be fair we now know that was being deliberately sabotaged by Sir Oliver Robbins (with or without the connivance of Mrs May) so even that legacy is dust.

Never-the-less she has affirmed the right of anyone (with deep enough pockets) who feels they have been wronged by the state to seek redress in the courts.

Personally, I’d like to see Sir Oliver Robbins in the dock being prosecuted for malfeasance in public office. The damage he did to the national interest, whilst being paid by the tax payer, far exceeds the damage Ms Miller did.
 

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Ms Miller has cost the UK taxpayer millions and ultimately to no avail. We will get Brexit. She has lost. Her legacy will be that we may end up with a worse outcome because of the damage she did to our negotiating position. Although to be fair we now know that was being deliberately sabotaged by Sir Oliver Robbins (with or without the connivance of Mrs May) so even that legacy is dust.

Never-the-less she has affirmed the right of anyone (with deep enough pockets) who feels they have been wronged by the state to seek redress in the courts.

Personally, I’d like to see Sir Oliver Robbins in the dock being prosecuted for malfeasance in public office. The damage he did to the national interest, whilst being paid by the tax payer, far exceeds the damage Ms Miller did.
At the back of my mind I think BJ may have made a comment about sorting out the legal system with regard to government so that the senanagens over the last years can be stopped.
 
Miller is a terrible person and, were I to express my wishes for her future, I'd probably be arrested. So I won't.
Is she not one of the mouthpieces that declared she would leave the UK ?

Could someone please go to Court and ( in her case ) have it made compulsory ?

I'm sure she will understand the irony
 

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At the back of my mind I think BJ may have made a comment about sorting out the legal system with regard to government so that the senanagens over the last years can be stopped.
I hope he proceeds with caution. Bad precedence makes for bad laws.

I would not want to see anything done that restricts the right of people to go to court to seek redress.

The rule of law protects us all. Ultimately Ms Miller has lost because she sought to use narrow legal technicalities and arcane procedures to frustrate democracy.
 
Ms Miller has cost the UK taxpayer millions and ultimately to no avail. We will get Brexit. She has lost. Her legacy will be that we may end up with a worse outcome because of the damage she did to our negotiating position. Although to be fair we now know that was being deliberately sabotaged by Sir Oliver Robbins (with or without the connivance of Mrs May) so even that legacy is dust.

Never-the-less she has affirmed the right of anyone (with deep enough pockets) who feels they have been wronged by the state to seek redress in the courts.

Personally, I’d like to see Sir Oliver Robbins in the dock being prosecuted for malfeasance in public office. The damage he did to the national interest, whilst being paid by the tax payer, far exceeds the damage Ms Miller did.
Just take the traitorous bastard straight to the Gallows and be done with it.
 
She does seem to be suspiciously quiet these days, she's up to something (or at least she's being PUT up to something by someone else).

I think I used to follow her on Twatter, but I have a complete ban from that platform....
 
She does seem to be suspiciously quiet these days, she's up to something (or at least she's being PUT up to something by someone else).

I think I used to follow her on Twatter, but I have a complete ban from that platform....
Daily Express 10hrs ago...

 

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Daily Express 10hrs ago...

We knew they wouldn’t go away but now they’re just an annoying background noise.

Until now they’ve been taken seriously by the EU leadership which has always wanted to stop Brexit. Now they’ll know the games up and these losers won’t be taken seriously in Brussels anymore than they will in London.
 
We knew they wouldn’t go away but now they’re just an annoying background noise.

Until now they’ve been taken seriously by the EU leadership which has always wanted to stop Brexit. Now they’ll know the games up and these losers won’t be taken seriously in Brussels anymore than they will in London.
But they will still cost the taxpayer squillions.
Just quietly deport the creature - by trebuchet.
 
Or someone, accidentally on purpose cancelled her UK passport :D :D
Or... London is a dangerous place these days, ANYTHING could happen, and it does....
Or the demoralising effect of knowing that you are defeated could make a person suicidal. I wouldn't be shocked to see that she has jumped from a tall building, twice.
 
Or... London is a dangerous place these days, ANYTHING could happen, and it does....
Or the demoralising effect of knowing that you are defeated could make a person suicidal. I wouldn't be shocked to see that she has jumped from a tall building, twice.
Before jumping in front of a train doing 100 mph plus. That would be rather unfortunate.
 

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