- The Supreme Court’s judgment on Article 50—what happens now?
- The experts
- What is your initial assessment of the Supreme Court’s judgment?
- What does this mean for the government’s Brexit plan?
- What is the significance of this decision for the UK, legally, constitutionally and politically?
- What will happen next?
Public Law analysis: In its highly anticipated judgment in R (on the application of Miller and another) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, the UK Supreme Court ruled (by majority) that an Act of Parliament is required to authorise the triggering of Article 50 TEU by the UK government. Our panel of experts considers what this means for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, and also the wider legal, political and constitutional significance of the judgment.
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