If he’d left earlier, he’d have had a chance to appeal to the ECJ too. Ooops
Or that UK would be subject to ECJ anyway.
I mean I really hope you're right, but betting markets have odds on that at about 30%, which for me doesn't count as "very likely"
> Brexit has been extended to October
The English legal system moves sloooooooowly. I mean not third-world slowly, but the McKinnon case had what, a decade in it?
> Or that UK would be subject to ECJ anyway.
As a sibling comment noted, I was wrong to talk about the ECJ, when the ECHR is what's important. Interesting to see how that thrashes out post-Brexit.