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Friday, 11 November 2016

Nigel Farage to lead mass march on Supreme Court on day of Article 50 appeal

I trust you all will make the effort in standing up to the establishment.
Nigel Farage to lead mass march on Supreme Court on day of Article 50 appeal
It is set to begin in Trafalgar Square and culminate in Parliament Square, in front of the Supreme Court building.
A spokesman said the demonstration would be a "reminder about what we voted for, so there is no slippage on the single market".
The demonstration may increase fears in some quarters about political pressure on the judiciary after several leading Brexit campaigners hit out at the trio of High Court judges last week.
The judges were also the subject of critical front pages, with one paper describing them as "Enemies of the People".
Theresa May spoke out about the case last night, telling reporters: "I believe in and value the independence of our judiciary. I also value the freedom of our press. I think these both underpin our democracy and they are important."
The Daily Telegraph reports that Leave.EU is also crowdfunding £100,000 to pay for barristers to represent Brexit campaigners in the case.
Yesterday acting Ukip leader Mr Faragewarned that any attempt to "cheat" the British people over Brexit would result in an unprecedented backlash.
"We may have seen Bob Geldof and 40,000 people in Parliament Square moaning about Brexit," he told the Andrew Marr show.
"But believe you me, if people in this country think that they're going to be cheated, they're going to be betrayed, then we will see political anger the likes of which none of us in our lifetimes have ever witnessed in this country