Laws are for Little People
Whining trouble-makers are threatening trouble for the Government, over the legal technicality that the Government took upon itself a legal obligation which it is now failing to discharge. Having ratified the Paris agreement on climate change, the Conservatives are now all of a dither because they have to produce a sort of plan thingy; a task in which they are doubtless somewhat hindered by the Bullingdons and their little yellow enablers having fired the relevant civil servants for being too expert. Given that she abolished the relevant ministry and put the brilliant Andrea Leadsom in charge of Environment, the extent of the dead-eyed warden's commitment should be clear for all to see; nevertheless, mere lawyers have given the Government three weeks to come up with something or else face litigation. Fortunately for global Britain, buccaneering business and the will of the people, the jurisdiction of the courts extends only to the real world, from which the Government is known to have seceded on the country's behalf some time ago.