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UK Supreme Court ruling complicates path to Brexit

The political spotlight now turns to Parliament where a cross-party group of MPs and Lords is seeking to counter May's vision of a hard Brexit.
Thursday, January 26, 2017 - 05:50

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A demonstrator outside the Supreme Court in central London on Tuesday holding a cake with the EU flag on it, following the Supreme Court's judgement that parliamentary approval is needed before the UK government can begin Brexit negotiations.

IN ONE of the most significant developments since the Brexit referendum, the UK Supreme Court delivered a landmark ruling on Tuesday that the government requires an Act of Parliament to trigger Article 50 and commence formal exit negotiations with the EU.  The decision, while technical in nature

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