STERLING JUMPS ON HIGH COURTS DECISION
This week any hopes of finding something different to talk about were cruelly dashed when the high court ruled that the government couldn’t trigger
article 50 without first running it by parliament. This seems reasonable; the country has decided to leave the EU, but any plan to do so must be at least
partly thought through and not something Boris Johnson scribbled on a napkin. It seems even our parliamentarians should be capable of setting that
bar. This is apparently not what people voted for according to the usual suspects – although we don’t recall appointing Theresa May supreme leader
being on the ballot. Read More….