Quote Originally Posted by Bufty View Post
I'm no lawyer, and have no idea what the Supreme Court's ruling will be, but on what basis is it going to create a precedent for court interference in the running of Parliament?

To my simple layman's mind, if Parliament feels its rules are being flouted or wrongly applied, then MP's should pass such legislation as is necessary to change the rules.
You can pass all the legislation you want, as long as you enforce it. That's what's being tested right now - has the government complied with existing legislation on how and when to suspend parliament?

I'd note also that this isn't really "court interference" - MPs have brought this case forward and, whatever the outcome, it will be MPs who take the next steps.

Unfortunately, no matter what happens - leave, revoke, second referendum, whatever - Brexit won't be going away for the foreseeable future.