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.@JMPSimor has kicked off submissions for the claimant, @Suewilson91, in the Wilson v PM permission hearing. You can watch it live here
JS says PM not taking cognisance of illegalities of leave campaigns is unreasonable - no longer can be said will of the people. Illegalities could corrupt the result. PM can't say this doesn't concern her and ignore what's happened - but she has.
JS says appropriate to say that EC's findings of illegalities in leave campaigns enough for the ref outcome to be corrupted as a matter of common law.
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From Liz Webster /Atricle 50 Challenge today:

New #brexit legal challenge launched #UKEUchallenge 😊 which builds on achievements of #A50challenge.

1. The Supreme Court ruled in Miller ministers alone can’t make major constitutional changes.
From Liz Webster /Article 50 Challenge today

2. Our sovereign. Parliament has to make decisions by passing Acts which change the law.

3. @A50Challenge started proceedings in Nov 17 as many FOI requests to identify the decision to leave EU returned different answers.
From Liz Webster /Atricle 50 Challenge today:

4. HMG in defence said a decision wasn’t needed.

5. On 12/6/18 court permission hearing ruled the PM made the decision to leave
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[Ref illegality & corruption THREAD πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡]

Been asked to summarise the Susan Wilson (@Suewilson91) v Prime Minister case. This thread gives the basics of the pleadings and relief sought. /1

#UKEUChallenge

#VoteLeaveBrokeTheLaw #FBPE #WATON #FBR @abcpoppins #StopBrexit
There is a principal issue underlying the case that poses a simple question: is a lawful, free and fair vote one of the constitutional requirements of the UK? It's asked after 2 Electoral Commission (EC) Reports found that illegality & corruption dogged the ref campaign. /2
Let me make this clear. The EC findings were to the criminal standard of proof (beyond reasonable doubt) & serious offences were committed by the designated campaign for leaving the EU (& others), in breach of the statutory framework established by Parliament for the ref. /3
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