Nigel Farage’s 100,000 strong march on Supreme Court
Nigel Farage, the supposedly interim leader of the UKIP, has called for a march on the Supreme Court on the first day of it’s review of last weeks High Court decision that the government must obtain parliament’s approval before invoking Article 50, the legal process to withdraw from membership of the European Union.
Mr Farage hinted at this last Sunday on the Andrew Marr Show on BBC 1 when he said
Believe you me, if the people in this country think that they are going to be cheated they are going to be betrayed, then we will see political anger the likes of which none us in our lifetimes have ever witnessed in this country.
Inside & outside court
The campaign, being promoted by the anti-European Union group, Leave.eu will include an attempt ot raise £100,000 via crowdfunding to field it’s own barristers into the Supreme Court. The march is expected to be held on December 5th, when the Supreme Court will commence it’s revision of the historic decision taken in the High Court last week.
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