Jolyon Maugham here we go again

Why does he always bring these cases in quirky jurisdictions?

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-49320773

 

"Lord Doherty agreed to hear arguments from both sides in September.

However he refused to accelerate the case through the Scottish courts, with the petitioners voicing fears that they may run out of time before the UK is due to leave the EU on 31 October."

Love the way judges ignore the fact that clocks continue to tick outside court rooms.

"The case is beginning in the Scottish courts because they sit through the summer, unlike their English counterparts."

seems sensible to use a 'quirky' jurisdiction then

Ok here is an embarrassing confession

I don't understand why he's using the Scottish courts again. Any ideas? Are we cheaper?