The Court of Session Appeal Court has agreed with the petitioners. All three judges in the appeal court have stated that the prorogation of the Westminster Parliament is unlawful & unconstitutional.
There is no interdict (temporary stop to the action) as the case was already known to be going (final appeal) to the Supreme Court on Tuesday 17th.
BoJo is not out (yet), but he is reeling, on the canvas, and the referee has started the count.
Congratulations to Joanna Cherry (and others) for another famous victory. First victory was confirmation that Article 50 could be unilaterally revoked. Now, prorogation of parliament is judged to be unlawful.
Fingers crossed that the Supreme Court agrees.
I'm thinking Joanna Cherry QC MP was pleased with to-day's result.
It's the wigs. Definitely the wigs.
OK, the red silk robes *and* the wigs.
I wonder if the wigs are still powdered.
Do judges wear wigs anywhere else in the world? Perhaps in some Commonwealth countries.
Mostly Commonwealth countries, yes.
I remember seeing the Ghana Supreme Court once (at least i think it was Ghana), and the wigs were... Let's say surprising.
Also funny: a lot of courts in Germany require their judges to wear funny little hats.
Here is a good comparison: http://jjmccullough.com/judges.htm
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