Cameron will be remembered as one of Britain's worst Prime Ministers. The dilettante fool's catalogue of error, stupidity, misjudgement and malfeasance increased exponentially yesterday with the High Court's Brexit judgement. For this is all no-one's fault but Dave's; it was Cameron that issued written government assurances to every household in Britain that the government would implement the result and Cameron who knew the government had no such power, having legislated to make the referendum advisory rather than legally binding. The lazy little chancer thought he could wing it, that he could continue with his Rock holidays, box sets and Chardonnay kitchen suppers uninterrupted by the responsibilities of high office. Well, he got it wrong on this as on so many other things and damaged his country irreparably.
I have no doubt the Supreme Court will reach the same decision as the High Court. Theresa May is now faced with securing Parliament's Article 50 consent which remoaners will want to hedge and load with constraints and caveats – many of which will be to our nation's disadvantage, a deliberate sabotage. They will not want an early General Election – two thirds or more of constituencies voted for Brexit. Many Labour MPs – at least those keeping their seats under the 2018 boundary review – will now want to scupper Brexit in Parliament in 2016 and hope their voters will forget what they did by 2020. Forget idiots such as David Lammy – he's simply not bright enough to understand the constitutional issues, and his Tottenham constituency is solid Remoaner.
As we face this mess, we'll find a way to come through it. We are where we are. But don't forget the coiffed dilettante tossbucket who has made this mess.