By Stephen Kon Christophe Humpe and Stephen Williams King and Wood Mallesons London
On Thursday 3 November, the High Court ruled against the Government and said that Parliament must vote on whether the UK begins the process of leaving the EU.
The High Court handed down its judgment in Miller (R) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, the judicial review launched by a number of individuals challenging whether the Government alone can remove rights granted to them under the EU Treaties.
The question before the High Court was whether parliamentary approval is necessary before the Government can trigger Article 50 and begin Brexit negotiations with the EU. The case proceeded on the basis that notice under Article 50 can only be given unconditionally and once given cannot be revoked.
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