The government has realised that the EU referendum result isn’t legally binding
Theresa May is facing a challenge from a group of MPs who insist that parliament must have a say on the EU referendum result.
Six years ago, former Prime Minister David Cameron’s government agreed that referendums are advisory only and ‘cannot be legally binding’.
This is how much wine is going to go up by as a result of Brexit Now senior Conservative MPs have seized on the pledge and argue that parliament should decide ‘whether or not to take action’ on Brexit.
Mrs May is reportedly in a legal battle over the right for her government – and not parliament as a whole – to trigger Article 50,... read more