dls wrote:In other words, Mtr Grayling doesn't quite support the idea that if the MPs are idiotic/cowardly enough to vote for a referendum, they should see themselves as stuck with its results.
The Government has refused to say how much public money it spent on its failed Supreme Court challenge over Article 50 - because it does not know the “electricity costs of rooms used for preparing for the case” or “the cost of the printing of materials”, The Independent can reveal.
The Department for Exiting the European Union admitted it had "no estimates" of how much of taxpayers' money had been spent on fighting the months-long legal battle because it has not kept track of staffing costs, in response to a Freedom of Information request.
atticus wrote:And yes, the cost of printing can be "substantial". But probably not even approaching 10% of the overall cost.
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