By Paul Homewood
Donna Laframboise has this utterly astonishing of the climate conference co-sponsored by the UK Supreme Court.
Donna asks several questions about just what is being covered by the organisers.
But the biggest question of the lot is what on earth does the Supreme Court it is doing getting involved in the first place. In its own words:
Courts are the final arbiter between the citizen and the state, and are therefore a fundamental pillar of the constitution.
The Supreme Court was established to achieve a complete separation between the United Kingdom’s senior Judges and the Upper House of Parliament, emphasising the independence of the Law Lords and increasing the transparency between Parliament and the courts.
As such, it has an unviolable duty to maintain its independence and integrity, and completely stay away from matters of state.
What on earth do they think they are doing?