Brexit challenged in High Court case



Invoking Article 50 without Commons vote illegal lawsuit claims
PRIME MINISTER Theresa May was yesterday accused in the High Court of attempting to kick-start Brexit proceedings without having prior authorisation of Parliament.
Remain campaigners have lodged a judicial review against plans to invoke Article 50 with the claim that she would be unlawfully using ancient executive powers under the royal prerogative.
Lord Pannick QC argued Ms May must get permission from Parliament before triggering the Brexit process by the end of next March because it’s “entirely a matter for Parliament.”
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14 October 2016 in World News, Views: 35
Source: Morning Star
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