The court banned the British government to start Brexit without Parliament


London’s high court on Thursday, October 3, ruled that the British government has no right to independently give effect to article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty — that is, to begin the formal process of leaving the EU (Brexit). The solution must first pass through a vote in Parliament.

As like The Guardian, the decision the court took more than two weeks. Subsequently, the government, which acted as the defendant has the right to appeal this decision to the UK Supreme court (Supreme Court). Earlier, Prime Minister Theresa may announced plans to run Brexit in March 2017, the court’s decision today may affect these deadlines.

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