‘Many people’ back Boris Johnson – so that settles the Brexit debate, right?

SO the judges have spoken – they say the prorogation was illegal, and the government lied to the Queen about why they were doing it. But what do judges know about things like evidence and facts and law? And how dare they interfere with our great leader’s plans to implement the will of the people by any means necessary?

Some commentators are saying that if the Supreme Court agrees with the Court of Session’s ruling, the Prime Minister will have to recall parliament, or resign, or throw himself in a ditch. What those people don’t seem to understand is that these are extraordinary times, which call for an extraordinary leader. A leader who isn’t like all those other namby-pamby politicians. A leader who is a real person, just like you and me – except stronger and cleverer, obviously…

Read the rest of this column at thenational.scot

Published in The National on September 13 2019.

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