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Brexit - Motion to Take Note

Part of the debate – in the House of Lords at 8:37 pm on 2nd October 2019.

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Photo of Lord McNally Lord McNally Liberal Democrat 8:37 pm, 2nd October 2019

What is the noble Lord implying? He should not just put a question mark up. The clue as to why there is a difference is in the name “Supreme Court”. Why does the noble Lord think all 11 came to the same conclusion? By raising it, he is implying that there must have been some collusion or malfunction. Why ask the question without giving us an answer?