"It is nothing more than a royal prerogative
and is archaic and would have little bearing today," said Little.
Through the royal prerogative
devolved to her by the Sovereign, Mrs May can argue the military action was legal.
Sadly, parliament did not see fit to consult the people on the substantive proposal to trigger Article 50; worse, the High and Supreme Court hearings were about Prime Minister May's attempt to trigger Article 50 alone, based on the Royal Prerogative
, without even consulting parliament.
He also got 539 years for other offences but was freed under a Royal Prerogative
Dipping deeply into metropolitan archives and showing exceptional command of historiography, Abigail Swingen explores debates over English imperial goals, the reach of the royal prerogative
, and the utility of monopolies.
We already have the bespoke deal the Prime Minister says she is seeking, as we are not in the euro or the Schengen Agreement, yet she persists in her unconstitutional attempt to use the royal prerogative
in her costly, and doomed, endeavour to undo decades of legislation which secure our rights as EU citizens, even to the extent of spending taxpayers' money on challenging the High Court ruling that upholds the supremacy of Parliament under the rule of law.
Three senior High Court judges ruled that the Prime Minister does not have power to use the royal prerogative
to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty to start the two-year process of negotiating Brexit without the prior authority of Parliament.
THE recent High Court decision in the case brought by Gina Miller and others has highlighted some fundamental and very important issues regarding the rights and duties of Parliament, the Prime Minster acting under the Royal Prerogative
and the impact of the decision of the referendum.
Campaigners were celebrating victory in the legal battle against Theresa May's decision to use the Royal Prerogative
in her Brexit strategy, with demands for her to now set out her negotiating strategy to MPs.
The pound continued its upward trajectory after the news, after rising in the wake of a High Court decision which saw campaigners win a landmark battle over Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to use the royal prerogative
to trigger Brexit.
May's control of the negotiating process and soften her emphasis on controlling immigration even if that means leaving the European Union's single market, which could be economically damaging." Brexit supporters had hoped royal prerogative
would override need to go through Parliament.
Until now, the new iron lady was banking on royal prerogative
powers that would allow her to officially bypass parliament.