So the ACTUAL Parliamentary instituted vote and it's result means now't?I'm saying nowt. The Court ruling is about whether you can withdraw from something before the actual matter in hand is signed on the dotted line. It's no different (other than in Scotland) than when doing a conveyance. We're the buyer as it were, so regardless of what the seller (the other 27 EU States) may wish or want it's the buyer that can withdraw unilaterally.
It's totally a different thing. As said if you, the Missus, the kids decide to buy something or do something that's a totally different thing from what then happens between you and the person that's selling the thing or providing that thing. Like a conveyance.So the ACTUAL Parliamentary instituted vote and it's result means now't?
I knew what i was voting for,it was to be free of the eu control plain and simple.Maybe we could have a more informed referendum this time around, so folk actually knew what they were voting for. Either that, or make sure the NHS does get an extra £350m a week funding!