yes, damn the sovereignty of parliament to make decisions based on the authority of the elected body over a party leader!
Yes, how dare they!
Personally I don't see how any leave voter who isn't actually a racist/bigot/xenophobe can have anything to complain about. It means that the government have to come up with a Brexit strategy that's half way acceptable to all those voters and politicians who didn't want it as well as those who did, otherwise the repercussions will go on for decades.
If everybody gets some of what they wanted and some of what they didn't it could be the best outcome.
You don't need to be a racist, bigot or xenophobe to have decided to vote leave, that is a massive sweeping statement and simply says you are regurgitating the Guardian! (you quote Ric as a DM recycler)
Why can't a leave voter be disappointed with the ruling? I agree the law has to be upheld as does democracy, but our parliament voted to leave the decision to the public and they did.
The main disappointment I have with the ruling, which does uphold the law, is that nowhere did I read the judges saying "The Government doesn't have the necessary powers under current legislation". This would have been more acceptable to many, irrespective of their own vote form the 23rd June. What was the point of having simple leave or remain votes, we should have been given 27 options instead on our ballot papers.
I run regularly with my dog, she loves it and even if I just move my trainers in the house she goes to the door waiting for me!
I read up on this and as with yourself you need to build up endurance slowly, not a problem this time of year but also consider that the dog will run and run and they can overheat easily. I tend to run near the river, so she can dip in an dip out to cool off when it is warmer or like yesterday she just popped in for a nice long drink.
We have a harness with soft padding around her chest, so she is comfortable if she is on a lead.