28comments Share Tweet Share Pin it Share Stumble Email HomeNational/InternationalBrexit: What happened on Tuesday? – BBC News Brexit: What happened on Tuesday? – BBC News National/International By admin The Supreme Court is listening to competing arguments in regards to the legality of the prime minister’s suspension of Parliament. 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Very poorly edited. Reply November 2, 2019 Jonathan James I hope they Brexit and just f&ck off. We in the EU are sick of them. Leave, destroy your country. We don't care anymore Reply November 2, 2019 MJ SKYLINES when I voted last time I cannot remember seeing.The Supreme Court.up for elections.???????? Reply November 2, 2019 Have faith in Britain Nobody takes BBC journalism seriously anymore.The British people know the bias.The BBC only exist because we have to pay Reply November 2, 2019 phan uyên https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100007138095348 Reply November 2, 2019 MisterStrawberryLove Goody new characters!! Reply November 2, 2019 Cool Line Test classic rock star and you super and I have been trying to get in touch with you and your people especially since technology Reply November 2, 2019 Richard Atkins Boris is only playing dirty thr same way labour are in trying to change the vote ,Theresa was soft and nice and they walked all over her and now boris has come in and said I will play you at your own game Reply November 2, 2019 rick Woods Its more than the Backstop , Theras Mays Treeaty cannot be heated its so bad we may as well stay in . Boris you need radical changes or the Tories are stuffed , vote Nige. Reply November 2, 2019 Luke Johnson After we Brexit can we sue the EU for when they sold us that contaminated horse meat as beef for top price , that was not even fit for animal consumption and was diseased?.If not then what is the point in law's if they are only used to opress us , and protect tyrant's ?..There is no Justice in teh law anymore from the look of it . Reply November 2, 2019 Realist 1801 BBC that bias towards remain it’s hardly worth watching Reply November 2, 2019 Shah I thought brexit means you leave why you after a deal leave means leave or stay means stay simple Reply November 2, 2019 Salterino Kripperino Britain a country where it takes 3 days for the Supreme Court to decide if something that has been done every single year by every PM for the last 200 years was legal to do for the current PM Banana Idiocracy Reply November 2, 2019 Annyai Presoski What happened on Tuesday? The Freemasons met over the eye of Horus in the British supreme ‘court’ to ensure the bankers have their way. The hearing was attended by bbc journalists who haven’t a clue what they are seeing and hearing but reporting it as news all the same. Nothing new here….move along… Reply November 2, 2019 Carlos TheBee The BBC is pure EU-propaganda. Reply November 2, 2019 Joe Wood The country is finished there is no democracy no justice just a bunch of dictators running around masquerading as people who believe in democracy and justice and law working for the best interest of this country and its people and their future. When it is plain for everyone to see, even the judges in the court, that the only interest they are working in is their own. Reply November 2, 2019 pj moseley This has all come about because previous UK governments have walked away from the plight of those communities who have been left behind, the fishing fleets, steel works, coal mines, ship yards all closing down and Parliamentarians more interested in their expenses and early retirements ( full pension after 20 years i believe?? ) Parliament does not move as fast as it could or should do. And i do believe its the people who are sovereign not Parliament!! MP's should have addressed the causes of Brexit when they had the chance. Reply November 2, 2019 michael white I see the EU commissioners have new titles from Von de leyer. PC correctness gone mad. Commissioner for protecting european way of life is one. Does that mean stopping immigration or forcing new immigrants to become european. Reply November 2, 2019 Dean Beck Democracy is not when you ignore the biggest democratic vote in recent history Reply November 2, 2019 Dean Beck Everyone needs to research the Lisbon treaty before we give our country away Reply November 2, 2019 K L This is worse than trying to understand who is winning in a game of Cricket. Reply November 2, 2019 Santa Claus I give the Brits credit for at least trying to stop the British Trump. The actions by members of Parliament are laudable. Too bad we don't have anyone with a backbone in the GOP here in the States. Reply November 2, 2019 Truck Taxi "No written Constitution"?If I heard that right, and if the statement is true, then that's your first mistake. Reply November 2, 2019 Huntersmoonx Grim So the elite remainders get to call up the Supreme Court and go to the head of the case line when they want. How arrogant. Everybody else has to wait. Tyrants. Reply November 2, 2019 Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.