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"Enemies of the People" was the headline to an article by the political editor James Slack, published in the British newspaper Daily Mail on 4 November 2016. The headline and associated article were about the three judges who had ruled that the UK Government would require the consent of Parliament to give notice of Brexit. The headline was widely criticised as being inappropriately condemnatory and attracted numerous complaints, given that the British judiciary is independent of the Government. The court had ruled on the question of whether the Constitution of the United Kingdom permitted the government to use the royal prerogative to invoke Article 50 (or whether it would need to be authorised by an explicit act of Parliament to do so).

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  • "Enemies of the People" was the headline to an article by the political editor James Slack, published in the British newspaper Daily Mail on 4 November 2016. The headline and associated article were about the three judges who had ruled that the UK Government would require the consent of Parliament to give notice of Brexit. The headline was widely criticised as being inappropriately condemnatory and attracted numerous complaints, given that the British judiciary is independent of the Government. The court had ruled on the question of whether the Constitution of the United Kingdom permitted the government to use the royal prerogative to invoke Article 50 (or whether it would need to be authorised by an explicit act of Parliament to do so). (en)
  • 「人民公敵」(英語:Enemies of the People)是英國報章《每日郵報》2016年11月4日首頁的新聞標題,由政治編輯所撰寫,報導法院頒下有關英国宪法是否容許英國政府動用皇家特權啟動脫歐程序的裁決,最終三名英國法官裁定政府需事先取得國會的法令同意。輿論廣泛批評新聞頭條不恰當地譴責司法機關,強調司法獨立於行政機關。 (zh)
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  • "Enemies of the People" was the headline to an article by the political editor James Slack, published in the British newspaper Daily Mail on 4 November 2016. The headline and associated article were about the three judges who had ruled that the UK Government would require the consent of Parliament to give notice of Brexit. The headline was widely criticised as being inappropriately condemnatory and attracted numerous complaints, given that the British judiciary is independent of the Government. The court had ruled on the question of whether the Constitution of the United Kingdom permitted the government to use the royal prerogative to invoke Article 50 (or whether it would need to be authorised by an explicit act of Parliament to do so). (en)
  • 「人民公敵」(英語:Enemies of the People)是英國報章《每日郵報》2016年11月4日首頁的新聞標題,由政治編輯所撰寫,報導法院頒下有關英国宪法是否容許英國政府動用皇家特權啟動脫歐程序的裁決,最終三名英國法官裁定政府需事先取得國會的法令同意。輿論廣泛批評新聞頭條不恰當地譴責司法機關,強調司法獨立於行政機關。 (zh)
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  • Enemies of the People (headline) (en)
  • 人民公敵 (頭條) (zh)
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