RT @JMPSimor: Can only hope this is a mistake. Of all BBC news shows why axe this one? I was interviewed by Victoria about the prorogation…Mags Cullingford @CullingfordMags • 25 Jan 02:33 GMT
@WilmaMcewan1 @AUOBALBA To be fair, there is no reason why it should take very long.
The Prorogation case took 7 weeks. It’s just one hearing for around 3 days.
The shenanigans will be afterwards with attempts to thwart any decision the make.
Me time travelling and meeting myself 10 years ago: Brexit, VAR, prorogation.
Me 10 years ago: ???
RT @JMPSimor: Can only hope this is a mistake. Of all BBC news shows why axe this one? I was interviewed by Victoria about the prorogation…🕷 @sharonpentay • 24 Jan 16:27 GMT
RT @JMPSimor: Can only hope this is a mistake. Of all BBC news shows why axe this one? I was interviewed by Victoria about the prorogation…Elaine🕷️#IStandWithJoanne #Greers Law ️ @terryelaineh1 • 24 Jan 09:17 GMT
If lying to the queen about the prorogation of parliament, and being found to have done so by the Supreme Court, are not grounds for resignation by the pm, then the monarchy has no actual "efficient" political raison d'etre any more. https://t.co/qUAWcv2w2tSteve Hills @SRHills1 • 23 Jan 14:46 GMT
RT @SRHills1: If the queen could not intervene with an unlawful prorogation, and johnson didn't have to resign when found to have lied abou…I will NEVER unite with brexiteer’s @lizzjones18 • 23 Jan 07:29 GMT
@HouseofCommons @UKHouseofLords @WelshGovernment @theSNP as members of your respected parliaments you doingwhat to oppose this governments steamroller tactics again we rely on the Lords to try and uphold our rights to scrutiny you all taking your month off? Prorogation back doorHelen Robins Talbot @RobinsTalbot • 21 Jan 09:07 GMT