What's all this about the Speaker intervening in Simon's case?
It appears to me to be an effort by Parliament to prevent anyone from bringing a case against the regime by using the 'constitution' against the people. Bearing in mind today, under common law, we do not have a government of the people, rather an unelected dictatorship based in the Cabinet Office, this is rather amusing. It is surely parliamentarians who should be standing up for the people not trying to undermine them?
Is Hoyle up to mischief here?