After features on the BBC website where there is a heading for "Your Comments". This really brings the fanatics and screwballs out of the woodwork BUT also, of course, many sensible and perceptive comments. There are some really choice ones regarding this case! Like - "This was a Scottish court and has no jurisdiction over English matters". I thought Scotland was (for the moment at least) part of the UK. Apparently if you commit a crime in England you could not be tried in a Scottish court, according to this poster: snag Scottish criminal law is incorporated in the Statutes of the UK Government. Hard luck! "The judges were biased and were remainers". Oh, yes, our judiciary are as corrupt and biased as our Government. Best of all, "It's high time we elected our judges". I love this - can't you just see it? Boris or Rees Mogg as Lord Chief Justice? And someone pointed out to a strident Brexiteer, who despised the decision, that Brexit was all about "bringing back control" to the UK, particularly with regard to legal matters and the courts and that here was an example of UK control in action! (Later) I've just read a comment written in all seriousness that the Government should be in charge of judges and judges should be dismissed if they do not obey the Government. What sort of d**khead could advocate such a policy???