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The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... 10:27 - Sep 11 with 1960 viewswkj

Goodness me, what an entertaining waste of UK resources this whole referendum has proven to be

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-49661855


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The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 15:14 - Sep 11 with 440 viewscrunchie1978

The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 14:51 - Sep 11 by wkj

TBF, The post was talking by about a film starring a lead actor became antisemitic, It is only okay to mention Martin Gibson in his lethal weapon days before the coke and sugary tits warped his noggin


surely its OK to mention mad max.....especially mad max 2!
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The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 15:39 - Sep 11 with 419 viewswkj

The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 15:14 - Sep 11 by crunchie1978

surely its OK to mention mad max.....especially mad max 2!


That's pretty racist tbf

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The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 15:43 - Sep 11 with 410 viewsSpruceMoose

The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 15:14 - Sep 11 by crunchie1978

surely its OK to mention mad max.....especially mad max 2!


Only in the same way that it's ok to mention stuff like Jim'll Fix It.

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The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 15:48 - Sep 11 with 396 viewscrunchie1978

The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 15:39 - Sep 11 by wkj

That's pretty racist tbf


What......mad max 2?
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The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 15:49 - Sep 11 with 393 viewswkj

The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 15:48 - Sep 11 by crunchie1978

What......mad max 2?


Yes, all that effin and a jeffin going on

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The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 19:01 - Sep 11 with 309 viewsWeWereZombies

The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 15:49 - Sep 11 by wkj

Yes, all that effin and a jeffin going on


I thought his 'Hamlet' was pretty good, liked 'The Passion Of The Christ' and 'Apocalypto' as well. So long as you just accept him as someone who knows how to put a film together and retain a critical view on his performances and scripts (which you should do for any film) I think it is OK to watch his stuff.

But he did have William Wallace wearing a kilt two hundred years before anyone in Scotland actually did.

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The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 19:11 - Sep 11 with 304 viewsjas0999

The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 10:32 - Sep 11 by itfcjoe

You just know Boris would cheat though, would be like the end of Gladiator when he has already stabbed him


Corbyn would spend most of his time protesting and point blank refuse to take part in anything!
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The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 20:20 - Sep 11 with 274 viewsRyorry

The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 11:34 - Sep 11 by Guthrum

Slightly more complicated than that. The previous judgment in the Scottish courts stated that the advice to prorogue did not come under their judicial remit. Today's judgment says that it does, in part because the actual reason for the prorogation was not that which was publicly given by the Government and was merely to stymie Parliamentary scrutiny of their actions.

Of course, English and Scottish law are not the same, thus whether this holds up in the Supreme Court is a moot point.


I was wondering that about Eng & Scots law being different - then some wit texted in to R5live to suggest this could go all the way to the European Court of Justice!
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The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 21:04 - Sep 11 with 246 viewsOxford_Blue

When did Scottish courts have legal jurisdiction over England and Wales?
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The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 21:09 - Sep 11 with 240 viewswkj

The suspension of parliament was unlawful then... on 21:04 - Sep 11 by Oxford_Blue

When did Scottish courts have legal jurisdiction over England and Wales?


1977. June 12th if I recall

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