There’s a lot of attacks on the judiciary today. By cowards.
Cowardly politicians, cowardly pundits offering their crappy misunderstandings as hot takes like they’re hot cakes, and cowardly newspaper editors and columnists.
All with a colossal means and voice to reach the public. Criticising and moaning at the judges knowing that the judges, judiciary, and people of the profession are not there to respond or challenge them. The cowardly spineless crap-buckets.
Don’t believe a word of it. These people are just preachers, shouting at the wind. To misuse a quote; if you can’t do it, preach it.
Look at how pleasant and good-natured, and passionate, and meticulous the Supreme Court was. No one gave a damn about column inches or sound bites or running off to LBC to give a hot take.
Now watch as we return to the screaming steaming fetid rotting corpse of what was once a very competent British institution.
Edit - from the Beeb this morning:
the Queen has been dragged by the PM's unlawful prorogation into the place where for decades politicians have agreed she should never be - right into a domestic political argument.
The Tory party, even under May is not fit to govern. Especially so under Boris.
Personally, I like the Queen and I like that we have a monarchy. Boris’ reckless dicking around has damaged her like no other politician has, and put her in an awkward spot. What an absolute knob.
And this was all an unforced error. All Boris’ own misjudgment. This wasn’t done under any pressure from anyone else. It’s all his own making.