High Court rules that Government cannot invoke Article 50 under the Royal Prerogative
03 Nov 2016
The High Court has just given judgment in the case of R(Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the EU. The Court has ruled that the Government has no power under the Royal Prerogative to invoke Article 50 TEU. An Act of Parliament is required.
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