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Old 03.11.2016, 17:58
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Legally, it makes a hell of a lot of difference.

I'm not a solicitor, but my brother was for his entire career. He and his former colleagues all say, from the moment Cameron resigned, the game changed, and that's been borne out by the High Court judges today. Read the full statement regarding their decision.
Legality has nothing to do with the selection of the Prime Minister.

The method by which a party leader and then Prime Minister is chosen is up to the party in question, these are the rules, it could be a flip of a coin or a party vote.

She is the Prime Minister, the chosen leader of the conservative party. The UK is does not carry out presidential elections = tough sh**.

BTW I'm no Tory.

Now today's ruling is absolutely correct and as it should be and I patiently await the House of Commons/Lords to implement the will of the people.

If not public disorder and rioting/civil war is my guess. - Its that serious.
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