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Comment posted Supreme Court finds for appellants on Named Persons by Lundavra.

Would it have ever needed a legal challenge if there had been a Second Chamber to examine legislation?

I like the quote from the judgement, I always described it as a Soviet style system so good to see I was not alone in thinking that.

I suppose it would be too much expect some resignations from the people behind it.

Lundavra also commented

  • Perhaps Tom Waits’ famous quotation should be paraphrased?

    “A gentleman is someone who can play the accordion, but doesn’t.”

  • I notice that little is being said about the merits of them being ‘Clydebuilt’!
  • Vexillologists disagree, they credit the Dannebrog as being the oldest.
  • And 27 countries (including most of the 10 largest economies) want to negotiate trade deals with Britain.
  • Was there any mention in the Supreme Court judgement about there seemingly being no independent appeals procedure incorporated in the Children and Young People [Scotland] Act of 2014 – apologies to Ms Krankie is there is one but I have never heard any mention of there being so.

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