Referendums are only advisory Parliament alone runs the country as the Judges just ruled what is normal is some limits are set into referendums this one had none.Horus wrote:My view is that in the absence of a written constitution that the will of the people take precedence over a judicial bodies opinion, their job is to implement the will of the people and not to make decisions that counter or confound that will. Our laws are all about interpretation and typically judges and lawyers will argue for ever over “how many angels can you fit on the head of a pin”
I don't for one minute think the EU is all sing all dancing but if you are going to leave you should know what you are going to get in return.
There should have always been two votes one to start the process one to approve the finality of it.
The whole thing was a shambles because no one thought the leave vote would win.