Yes I know Parliament has supremacy but that is by changing laws and in the case of the referral would be retrospective.
So my concern is whether Parliament should decide if a specific case needs to be referred or whether they use the example to decide whether the referral terms of reference require review.
After all, how can Parliament hold Ministers to account if they use votes to make the decisions bestowed on Ministers?
Just one thing about you not watching his telly, read his newspapers etc. Sorry M'Unleared Friend, he owns you. He owns me too. Your Volvo and my Jag were owned by Ford when they were built. Guess whose empire owns a huge slice of Ford?
Me? I have Sky TV, and I don't buy any newspapers although that isn't a protest against the dirty digger, more of not bothering to read them all, I get The Week and use the good old fashioned Internet & Radio 4 for what goes on in life. I have no issue having Sky though, it is a good HD service at. Reasonable cost with excellent recording facility. Sky Arts is great, lots of my favourite big time folk acts on from time to time.
My point is that somebody owns everything, so short of holy orders we are all encouraging big business.