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Legal Cheek talks… our experience at the Brexit High Court challenge

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Katie King and Tom Connelly reflect on the red carpet event of the legal world

The date legal affairs junkies across the country have been waiting for is finally here.

This week, the Brexit judicial review challenge — aka the case of Miller — reached the courtroom. Yesterday, some of the country’s top lawyers battled it out in a well publicised, and no doubt controversial, attempt to shape the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union, and Legal Cheek went along to watch the action.

Have a listen to Katie King and Tom Connelly’s take on what went down and what’s still to come.

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Anonymous

Flirty banter between them.

It’s all leading up to the LC Christmas party!

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Anonymous

Which is presumably these two and Alex in a dingy pub spending the £50 given to them by the various firms looking for favourable write ups in their exclusive “surveys”, as pork scratchings and warm beers are supped until Alex is left weeping in a corner mourning over the empty shell of his failed legal career…

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Trumpenkrieg

If Legal Cheek comments were historical events, this would be the Holocaust

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Anonymous

I thought you didn’t believe in that?

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Bumblebee

Hahahahahaha!

This is the wittiest comment I’ve read in quite a while

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Trumpenrich

Savage bantz lad, 10/10. Ignore the haterz.

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Thomas Connelly

Well that’s the next T-shirt sorted…

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Issac Hunt

Scarf and a jumper – they need to get t’heating on

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Anonymous

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Anonymous

I really do enjoy these videos but please dont make them too regular! Fortnightly or monthly is best!

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Anonymous

Was hoping Ched Evans would be mentioned this week!

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Anonymous

He’ll be in as soon as his NQ retention rates are out

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Anonymous

I’m glad that katie spoke more this time. The man is too jumpy

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Anonymous

“The Woman” did speak more than Tom. She should’ve just put the kettle on. See we can both be sexist!

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Lord Lyle of testing

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Lord Lyle of testing

Testing

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Anonymous

“Lord” Pannick – or just some dubious shyster attempting to assist some powerful interests to subvert democracy in the U.K.?

The argument was pants and the delivery was umming and ahhing.

More fool the judges if they fall for this pile of poop when the pitchforks are already out.

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Abe Foxman (Trumpenkrieg Sockpuppet)

Antisemitic Dogwhistle Detected

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Anonymous

All hate for the shocking “TOP” bollocks Alex writes aside, he does seem like a fairly nice guy. I would go for a pint with him.

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Lord Lyle of JR

Sorry LC. I had posting problems. Thank you for taxing my brain on a legal issue for the 1st time ever. I am unable to provide my opinion as that would amount to providing counsel’s opinion on a sub judice case I am not instructed in, which I think could be construed as an interference in the course of justice.

For the benefit of law students an expert in JR, is , last time I checked, one who conducts at least 12 JRs per year regularly over a period of I think 5 years.

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Anonymous

Lord Lyle is definitely the most boring poster on LC.

Clear traits of autism.

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Anonymous

I just skip over them on the assumption that is a load of nonsense.

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Anonymous

Yup. Life’s too short.

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Lord Lyle of Riveting Skeles

Skeles cost between £300 and £1,200. At least mine did. When a client buys one he owns it, but there are restrictions on what he may do with it.
I have a riveting story of a Down’s Syndrome Person (DSP) who was wont to steal mine. The DSP was ensconced in one of the partners’ office and was allowed to play with files and the computer. Then she took to stealing my skeles, such as I had to secure them. The partners thought me mean and nasty for not allowing her to play with my skeles.

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Anonymous

these two and Alex in a dingy pub spending the £50 given to them by the various firms looking for favourable write ups in their exclusive “surveys”, as pork scratchings and warm beers are supped until Alex is left weeping in a corner mourning over the empty shell of his failed legal career…

LOL

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Anonymous

these two and Alex in a dingy pub spending the £50 given to them by the various firms looking for favourable write ups in their exclusive “surveys”, as pork scratchings and warm beers are supped until Alex is left weeping in a corner mourning over the empty shell of his failed legal career…

LOL

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