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Friday morning's Daily Mail front page has called three members of judiciary 'Enemies of the People'.
In the accompanying article, the paper referred to it as a 'betrayal' and quoted former justice minister Dominic Raab who called the judges:
An unholy alliance.
In thepaper's editorial comment, it defined the decision by the High Court:
A betrayal of common sense, the people and democracy.
Many have taken to social media to voice their horror.
Brexiters react to the Daily Mail’s “Enemies of the People” front page, by calling for the three judges to be publi… https://t.co/XGzEwddXvQ — Adam Bienkov (@Adam Bienkov)
This couldn't be much more despicable if each had targets superimposed on them https://t.co/iZakn8ZYJw — Nooruddean (@Nooruddean)
Hysterical,dangerously inaccurate & bullying #DailyMail usually demands more Parliamentary Sovereignty https://t.co/2sSkVfSKRo — Anna Soubry (@Anna Soubry)
Would The Daily Mail's front page satisfy the UK Government's definition of extremism? #Brexit #article50 #dailymail https://t.co/mVsE7z9y0R — Alan Greene (@Alan Greene)
Many drew comparisons to the language used by the alleged murderer of Labour MP Jo Cox:
Just months after pretending to care about Jo Cox the tabloids are using the language - traitor, enemy of the people - of her killer. — Dorian Lynskey (@Dorian Lynskey)
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