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Legislation to be introduced to keep Brexit on time -

Legislation will be introduced "within days" to keep British Prime Minister Theresa May's timetable for leaving the EU on track, after she suffered defeat in a historic legal battle over Brexit. Judges at the Supreme Court rejected the Government's ...and more »

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

Fiona de Londras does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. Partners. University of ...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 »

Brexit: government will introduce article 50 bill 'within days' following supreme court ruling – as it happened - The Guardian (blog)

The government has lost its fast-tracked appeal to the supreme court, forcing ministers to introduce emergency legislation into parliament to authorise the UK's departure from the EU. As the Guardian reports, in a judgment that sets a far-reaching ...and more »

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

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 »

UK Supreme Court rules MPs must vote on triggering Brexit - Financial Times

The UK's highest court dealt a blow to Theresa May on Tuesday by ruling the government must hold a parliamentary vote before triggering the EU exit process. In one of the most important constitutional cases of modern times, the Supreme Court ruled by a ...and more »

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

The government has published its bill to trigger article 50, prompting Labour to table a series of proposed amendments, including one seeking to guarantee that parliament gets a final say on any final deal for Brexit. The bill, containing just two ...and more »

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

MEPs take part in a voting session at the European parliament in Strasbourg. Photograph: Vincent Kessler/Reuters. Brexit. EU parliament will be 'very difficult' in Brexit talks, says leading MEP. Manfred Weber warns parliament will not be sidelined and ...and more »

Britain's Supreme Court has made leaving the EU easier and keeping the UK together harder - Quartz

The UK's Supreme Court has added another twist to the Brexit saga. Today it ruled that prime minister Theresa May cannot officially start the process of leaving the European Union without approval from parliament. This upheld the opinion of a lower ...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. The Daily Mail's assault on Gina Miller. Photograph: Clipshare. Media · Greenslade. Daily ...and more »