We have received a general reply from the PA to Lady Hale, albeit very swiftly.

We give this below together with our reply.

Dear Helen Davies

Thank you for your email of 22 September 2019 regarding the case heard by the Supreme Court Justices earlier this week between 17th and 19th September.

As Lady Hale explained before the hearing started, the Justices had before them two appeals, one from England and Wales and one from Scotland. They both involved the same issue: whether it was lawful for the Prime Minister to advise Her Majesty to authorise the prorogation of Parliament by Order in Council.

Lady Hale continued:

“That this is a serious and difficult question of law is amply demonstrated by the fact that three senior Judges in Scotland have reached a different conclusion from three senior Judges in England and Wales. The Supreme Court exists to decide such difficult questions of law. And we shall do so in accordance with our judicial oaths: to do right to all manner of people after the laws and usages of this realm without fear or favour, affection or ill will. It is important to emphasise that we are not concerned with the wider political issues which form the context for this legal issue. As will be apparent when we hear the legal arguments, the determination of this legal issue will not determine when and how the United Kingdom leaves the European Union.”

You will be aware that the hearing has now concluded and you may view the court proceedings via our website (https://www.supremecourt.uk/live/court-01.html).  The Court’s judgment will be published once it is known.

Beyond that we are not able to comment further.

Yours sincerely


Miss Ayo Onatade
PA to the President of the Supreme Court and Lord Kerr
The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council

Parliament Square, London, SW1P 3BD

and our reply

Dear Miss Onatade,

Thank you very much for your swift reply.

For the sake of the ultimate sovereignty held by the Electorate, and our rights and liberties, all we ask is that the Supreme Court Judges be given the opportunity to read and consider our email letter, for which we were unable to request a formal audience.

We believe that it is vitally important that the Lords and Ladies are aware of the gravitas of the situation.

We would be grateful for confirmation that ‘our voice’ as set out in our email letter has been forwarded to the Judges for their attention.

With thanks


Helen Davies

Second N.B.

Just so you are aware, we have published a copy of our email letter on our web site, in order that the majority of the Electorate may too voice their opinion and support.

We have just done this and to date there are 47 comments which you are welcome to read.




Helen Davies



  1. The Supreme Court is treading a very fine line. If they come down on the side of Miller and corrupt John Major, then there will be major implications for the country and democracy. All three political parties will be dead and buried as not one will be fit to govern due to a civilian and an corrupt ex pm that done exactly what Johnson has done, not once but twice, on both occasions to save his own neck, once because of the cash for questions of which still goes on, the expenses scandal of which is still going on. However, these justices must come down on the correct side of the fence and rule that Johnson has done nothing wrong. Otherwise I do not consider that the ruling will be just and reasonable in all the circumstances and that there is possibly interference by the Establishment so as to score against Johnson. Nothing surprises me where the Establishment are concerned. They are more corrupt than the MPs and peers.

  2. If this case finds against the Prime Minister, then both democracy and justice are dead in this country. The EU machine will have successfully infiltrated all our institutions, and Britain as a sovereign country, will cease to exist.

  3. It is disgraceful that the judiciary should become involved in what was essentially a political decision. Democracy has died in this country, it died on the 29th March, 2019. The answer given by the Judiciary have just confirmed this and nailed the last nail in the coffin of democracy.
    The members of the Supreme Court need to hang their collective heads in shame!
    God help this country with Parliamentarians and Judges of this calibre (or should I say lack of it!). Where are your moral compasses?

  4. The only thing left to do now is vote for the Brexit Party. Mainstream and establishment are finished. I refuse to be governed by the EU and that is my sovereign and constitutional right.

  5. If Parliament wasn’t happy with the Prime Ministers decision, they should have immediately called a Vote of No Confidence. Both HoP and HoC is biased to the remain vote and not accepting the democratic results of the referendum. Parliament has had 3 years to get us out of the i democratic governance of the EU! If they needed time, they shouldn’t have had summer recess. Brexit is not going away. The y need to let Johnson get on with the job, without ties, keeping no deal on the table! This is shoddy behaviour and makes me feel vulnerable and uneasy as to the future of our nation!

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