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Holyrood could be left powerless as Supreme Court rules Scotland gets no say in Brexit - Scottish Daily Record

Scotland was plunged into a fresh constitutional crisis yesterday when the Supreme Court ruled that Holyrood should get no official say on Brexit. Nicola Sturgeon once again threatened a second independence referendum after the court said there is no ...and more »

A court ruling on Article 50 hints at Britain's coming constitutional storm - The Economist

ON THE morning of January 24th the Supreme Court ruled that Britain's government has to put Article 50 (the formal two-year process by which Britain will leave the European Union) to a vote in parliament. It should never have come to this. Last summer ...and more »

Government loses Brexit court case – so what happens now? - The Conversation UK

The UK Supreme Court has ruled that the government does not have the right to trigger Article 50, formally beginning the Brexit process, without an act of parliament. The court voted eight to three against the government, following an appeal from the ...and more »

Nicola Sturgeon steps up indyref2 calls after Supreme Court ruling - Scotsman

Nicola Sturgeon claimed Scotland's voice is being ignored and stepped up her calls for indyref2 after the Supreme Court ruled Holyrood should not get a say on triggering EU withdrawal. The First Minister reacted angrily to the court's rejection of the ...and more »

Court rejects Scottish government Article 50 argument - BBC News

Judges at the Supreme Court have rejected the Scottish government's argument that Holyrood should get a say on the triggering of Article 50. The court decided that MPs must have a say on starting the formal process of Brexit via an act of parliament.and more »

Brexit: Nicola Sturgeon assures MSPs they will be given chance to vote on triggering Article 50 - The Independent

Nicola Sturgeon has pledged that MSPs will be given the opportunity to vote on the triggering of Article 50, which will begin the formal Brexit process. Scotland's First Minister said she would ensure Holyrood had its say regardless of the outcome of ...and more »

What's a Sewel Convention and why did it feature in the Brexit court ruling? - BBC News

A 97-page document explaining why Supreme Court judges rejected UK government arguments regarding Article 50 mentioned the words "Sewel Convention" 18 times. So, what does Sewel mean and why is it important to the Scottish, Welsh and Northern ...and more »

Daily Mail proves again that it is a newspaper apart from all others - The Guardian

The rest of the press grasps that the supreme court stood up for parliamentary sovereignty, but the Mail continues to assault the judiciary... and Gina Miller. Contact author. @GreensladeR. Wed 25 Jan 2017 05.42 EST Last modified on Wed 14 Feb 2018 10 ...and more »

EU parliament will be 'very difficult' in Brexit talks, says leading MEP - The Guardian

Manfred Weber warns parliament will not be sidelined and suggests it would not embrace Theresa May's free trade vision. Daniel Boffey in Brussels. Wed 25 Jan 2017 01.00 EST Last modified on Wed 14 Feb 2018 10.48 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on ...and more »

Brexit: government publishes bill to trigger article 50 - The Guardian

MPs told they will have just five days to debate bill that will start process of Britain's exit from the EU, prompting Labour to table series of amendments. Peter Walker and Owen Bowcott. Thu 26 Jan 2017 07.40 EST First published on Thu 26 Jan 2017 06 ...and more »