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Judges rule Boris Proroguing Parliament is unlawful

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posted on Sep, 13 2019 @ 09:55 AM
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Congratulations, hope someone buys you a Farage flavored milkshake. x

Probably should elaborate on how you profit from others misery?

After all, if or when it all goes breasts up, it will be nice to know who to come after first.

People who profit from such always get some measure of comeuppance, if not from karma, then generally by there own hand.

At least you acknowledge that a storm is approaching.
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posted on Sep, 13 2019 @ 10:00 AM
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Disease. When there is a rise/epidemic in specific diseases my company profits massively. However, we are in the business of saving lives so perhaps, to be accurate, I should say, I profit from relieving misery. But without the misery to begin with there is no chance to profit.

That's not to suggest I hope for misery and disease. Quite the opposite.



posted on Sep, 13 2019 @ 10:06 AM
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Well, let's face it if you work for a big pharmaceuticals company misery and disease are your bread and butter, that and palliative care, as opposed to actually cures.

That being said without pharmaceuticals the world would be far worse off place to exist.

Kind of a double-edged sword industry i suppose.

Might profit from other peoples misery, but big pharmaceuticals are a necessary evil in today's world, or so i am lead to believe, some do so more than others.
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posted on Sep, 13 2019 @ 11:58 AM
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originally posted by: bastion

originally posted by: UKTruth

They can rule on constitutional matters - those areas that are law.
General conventions are not law - so obviously breaking them is not unlawful.


You are clearly unaware of what the Constitution of the UK is - and is not.


you've clearly never read the documents and laws that form the uncodified UK consitution or Parliamentary Law, Public Administration Law in the UK, UK Devolution law, UK Democracy, Parliamentary law. How a PM/Executive knowingly lying to the head of state/queen abusing Royal Prerogative laws to have Parliament porogued to avoid loosing more democratic/parliamentary votes and lying he had a new deal with the EU plan. then immediately turned all Tory donations, press releases, front bench statements, touring the UK on hustings (undermining democratic vote and oversight) to force no-deal through and aren't even attempting to expand on securing more than the total trade deals we need in place in under six weeks' time (Zimbabwe and Seychelled, island in the artic circle dont export much/any goods to US.

Brief example of how to have the right to send local PM, politicians, council sent to jail - Under 1974 Section ii


The LAWS instituted by Parliamentary Act I have no issue with being defined as legally enforceable elements of our Constitution.
Constitutional conventions are NOT law, however.

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posted on Sep, 13 2019 @ 12:36 PM
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Not pharma. Almost was, about two years ago, but not luckily.

Don’t want to be irritatingly cryptic but I can’t give it away.



posted on Sep, 13 2019 @ 12:43 PM
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Anyhoo pub time, the guessing games are less cryptic down there.


Have a nice evening, whatever you do.



posted on Sep, 13 2019 @ 12:49 PM
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originally posted by: UKTruth

originally posted by: bastion

originally posted by: UKTruth

They can rule on constitutional matters - those areas that are law.
General conventions are not law - so obviously breaking them is not unlawful.


You are clearly unaware of what the Constitution of the UK is - and is not.


you've clearly never read the documents and laws that form the uncodified UK consitution or Parliamentary Law, Public Administration Law in the UK, UK Devolution law, UK Democracy, Parliamentary law. How a PM/Executive knowingly lying to the head of state/queen abusing Royal Prerogative laws to have Parliament porogued to avoid loosing more democratic/parliamentary votes and lying he had a new deal with the EU plan. then immediately turned all Tory donations, press releases, front bench statements, touring the UK on hustings (undermining democratic vote and oversight) to force no-deal through and aren't even attempting to expand on securing more than the total trade deals we need in place in under six weeks' time (Zimbabwe and Seychelled, island in the artic circle dont export much/any goods to US.

Brief example of how to have the right to send local PM, politicians, council sent to jail - Under 1974 Section ii


The LAWS instituted by Parliamentary Act I have no issue with being defined as legally enforceable elements of our Constitution.
Constitutional conventions are NOT law, however.


You can keep saying it, doesn't make it true.



posted on Sep, 14 2019 @ 05:09 PM
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originally posted by: ScepticScot

originally posted by: UKTruth

originally posted by: bastion

originally posted by: UKTruth

They can rule on constitutional matters - those areas that are law.
General conventions are not law - so obviously breaking them is not unlawful.


You are clearly unaware of what the Constitution of the UK is - and is not.


you've clearly never read the documents and laws that form the uncodified UK consitution or Parliamentary Law, Public Administration Law in the UK, UK Devolution law, UK Democracy, Parliamentary law. How a PM/Executive knowingly lying to the head of state/queen abusing Royal Prerogative laws to have Parliament porogued to avoid loosing more democratic/parliamentary votes and lying he had a new deal with the EU plan. then immediately turned all Tory donations, press releases, front bench statements, touring the UK on hustings (undermining democratic vote and oversight) to force no-deal through and aren't even attempting to expand on securing more than the total trade deals we need in place in under six weeks' time (Zimbabwe and Seychelled, island in the artic circle dont export much/any goods to US.

Brief example of how to have the right to send local PM, politicians, council sent to jail - Under 1974 Section ii


The LAWS instituted by Parliamentary Act I have no issue with being defined as legally enforceable elements of our Constitution.
Constitutional conventions are NOT law, however.


You can keep saying it, doesn't make it true.


It's not me saying it that makes it true - it's the law of the land and unwritten conventions are not legally enforceable. If a judge decides the are, it's an illegitmate decision.



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