Great article!

The biggest irony for me as a data guy, is that the victimisation of Judges is misplaced even if it was true or was about Brexit specifically.

There have been 3 different analyses of how voters numbers would split into parliamentary constituencies. The results range due to voting areas not matching constituency boundaries and the method used to estimate them but between 62% and 68% would have voted for Leave. One such analysis is here.

“Brexit: The Ministers Dilemma” @Axelisys https://medium.com/tech-sojourna/brexit-the-ministers-dilemma-9b4a2d30a388

That is more than enough for Leave to be carried through by Parliamentary vote anyway. It is more than the 52% who voted for Leave. It’s totally amazing to see the press, UKIP and Leavers scream blue murder and call for the intellectual lynching of judges for a result that works in their favour! That is the road to a dictatorship. It comes via stupidity and anti-intellectual, anti-democratic rhetoric. “They” genuinely haven’t. Got. A clue!

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