I get the sense that their lordships are getting pretty unhappy that the last couple of interventions have focussed too much about the high politics, not enough about the law,
“I’m afraid this strikes me as completely irrelevant to the legal questions we have to decide.”
You get the sense this case started terribly for the government but after Pannick things have flowed back their way.
This is getting quite brutal. They’re essentially saying if you don’t have any further legal arguments germane to the case then you should stop.
Just another normal day in the UK.
Ie as opposed to Boris Johnson or anyone who works for him.
This is why I’ve loved watching these proceedings. Unlike so often in Brexit with the same old tedious arguments and talking heads it’s actually made me think.
Then summing up from Lords Pannick and Keen.
That would be 💥💥
See you next week.