Germany should offer passports to young British citizens following the U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union, Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said Saturday.
Fury over out of touch judges who defied 17.4m Brexit voters
- MPs last night tore into three 'out of touch' judges for ruling that embittered Remainers in Parliament should be allowed to frustrate the verdict of the British public.
The Lord Chief Justice and two senior colleagues were accused of putting Britain on course for a full-blown 'constitutional crisis' by saying Brexit could not be triggered without a Westminster vote.
Senior MPs - led by an ex-justice minister - said it was an outrage that an 'unholy alliance' of judges and embittered Remain backers could thwart the wishes of 17.4million Leave voters.
They warned that Mrs May could be forced to hold an election early next year if the courts did not back down. Leave campaigners said the judges had 'declared war on democracy'. On an 'declared war on democracy'.(Excerpt) Read more at: dailymail.co.uk ...
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