Moreover, this judgement in itself renders it weak and vulnerable – once again subjecting the independence of the Scottish legal system to that of the British state. In referring the matter to the final judgement of the Supreme Court in London the implication is that the Court of Session is not the highest court in Scotland – that it has no real independence, that Scots Law must be tested through a higher British court before it can be considered valid, legal and binding in and over this so-called union of equals. This strikes me as utterly pathetic.
Have we Reached Peak Brexit Yet?
If reassuring the markets by restoring confidence through greater certainty is her objective, Mrs May is as much use as a fart in a lift – to quote Judge Rinder; another openly gay magistrate.