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Brexit Legal Challenge Without Deal Rejected by Belfast Judge



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A Belfast Superior Court judge dismissed Brexit court action without a deal.

One of the three lawsuits filed by victim campaign was Raymond McCord, who plans to appeal the decision.

The Court heard arguments that a transaction would not have a negative effect on the peace process and threaten the Good Friday Agreement.

But the judge said the main aspects of the case were "inherently and unmistakably political".

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    The judge's verdict is essentially that the question he is asked to rule on. it has to deal with politicians, not the courts.

    Lord Justice McCloskey stated that "almost all the evidence collected belongs to the world of politics."

    But when cases in England and Scotland directed to the United Kingdom Supreme Court, Raymond McCord and his attorneys think that problems with Northern Ireland should be addressed there as well.

    Following Thursday morning's hearing, Mr McCord's lawyer Ciaran O & # 39; Hare said that in the absence of a Stormont CEO, the most important way in which Northern Ireland can have a voice is for people to take action through the courts.

    The United Kingdom Government's Supreme Court appeal against the decision will be heard by the Supreme Court of London next week.

    Lord Justice Bernard McCloskey added that courts must "respect certain boundaries."

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    Raymond McCord Jr. was beaten to death before his body was dumped in a quarry near north Belfast in 1997.
    Mr McCord's 22-year-old son, Raymond Jr., was killed by UVF in Belfast in 1997.

    No one has ever been convicted of the murder of a former RAF man.


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