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I have no idea what happens. Will TWBJ (that wanker B... J....) obey the law? Are ther actually any laws that can stop him doing what he wants? Will he ask for an extention just cos he's been told to do it?

There is no way of knowing. I rather suspect that there will periods of Octber/early November where large quantities of alcohol may be the only way I'll be funtional.

It's a very good job that, at a time of civil ferment, we will shortly be able to legally buy industrial quantities of explosives, ostenibly to celebrate Eid/Diwali/Halloween (not actually a British thing) and Guy Fawkes night. Anybody who thiks that there will be no possible consequence arising from that is probably on better booze than I can afford

keep to the Fen Causeway

by Helen (lareinagal at yahoo dot co dot uk) on Wed Sep 18th, 2019 at 02:56:01 PM EST
The event which has has not occurred is Mr No-Deal "breaking" one or more laws, specifically, failure to submit a request (SCHEDULE FORM LETTER) on behalf of parliament for "A.50(3) extension period" before expiry of the current A.50(3) extension period.

Should that event occur, the presses will inform errybuddy what de jure or de facto penalty one or more "branches" of UK "constitution," excluding royal prerogatives, imposes on Johnson.

OR you could search legislation.gov.uk to "suggest" relevant statute(s).

Errybuddy already knows the result (which is not a penalty) of any expiration of "A.50(3) extension period."

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.

by Cat on Wed Sep 18th, 2019 at 04:52:10 PM EST
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