The prime minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson , defended yesterday the backhand court which received it on Wednesday at the High Court in Scotland, it ruled that the closure of the Parliament advocated by the "premier" was illegal and suggested that he had lied to Elizabeth II in order to achieve the real consent to the closure. "Of course not", responded Johnson to the reproach of having deceived Buckingham to take forward its plan of Brexit. For the moment, the opposition as he urges them to reopen the doors of the chambers, where the deputies have been marked as the main obstacle to the plans of the Executive.
In the middle of that battle, the british Government said yesterday that it will not deliver e-mails or messages transmitted via WhatsApp and other mobile apps in the days leading up to the decision to suspend the Parliament because it considered that the complaint approved by the House of Commons "it is not reasonable, and is disproportionate". Added yesterday that his publication could break the data protection act and the employment contracts with the affected.
The conservative member Dominic Grieve , who was purged last week for supporting the processing of the law that prevents the Government from a Brexit abrupt without the permission of the Parliament, demanded the publication of the messages exchanged by nine collaborators of the prime minister, Boris Johnson, related with the suspension.
The Executive is already forced to send internal documents to the court, the courts have analyzed requests for cancellation of the suspension of the Parliament. Three judges of the highest court of appeal of Scotland is based in the content of these texts to argue, in the summary of its ruling released on Wednesday, that the Government's decision is illegal.
The Supreme Court will have to marry the next week the doctrine of the scottish court and the Upper of England and Wales, which, in a ruling published two days ago, believes that the judges cannot judge an act that the three judges of London considered to be political, even if the internal documents show that the Government seeks to obtain a political advantage with the suspension.
The court of Appeal of Northern Ireland has also rejected another case centered on the argument that a Brexit abrupt would be contrary to the Belfast Agreement of 1998 , which helped the end of violence by the main terrorist groups. Judge Bernard McCloskey, states in his judgment that "the subject material of this process is, without doubt, essentially political".
The Government, as reported yesterday, ABC has released the confidential document that assessed the immediate consequences of a gear abrupt of the EU on the 31st of October.Jams
The authors believe that the level of preparedness of companies and individuals will be "very low" by the absence of certainties and the fatigue on the Brexit, and fear the match of incidents between fishing vessels with protests against traffic jams in the transport and possible increases in illegal immigration or crime.
When the document was published by the press, the Government has discredited it, stating that it had been prepared months before and did not correspond with the current situation. In reality, it was delivered to Boris Johnson ten days after becoming prime minister, and is now being presented as a reasonable sample of the worst-case scenario.
The transport flow in the ports that connect the United Kingdom with the European Union could be reduced between 50% and 85% the first day and last three months, with jams between a day and a half and two and a half days. Will decrease the supply of some foods and may fail to supply drugs of short expiry. The end of October is a time of preparation for the Christmas campaign, which would sharpen the issues. The Brexit would coincide also with the end of the school holidays from the middle of the quarter, when many families tend to return from their travel to the EU.Date Of Update: 13 September 2019, 11:00