Theresa May in Delhi on Monday. She says she still intends to trigger Article 50 by March next year [Image: EPA].

Theresa May in Delhi on Monday. She says she still intends to trigger Article 50 by March next year [Image: EPA].

The hearing will begin on December 5.

She’ll lose. The law is the law.

Right?

Theresa May has been given permission by the Supreme Court to appeal against a legal ruling forcing her to give Parliament a vote on the plans for Brexit.

The Government has been allowed to appeal against the High Court ruling delivered last week that the Prime Minister must seek MPs’ approval to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, launching official Brexit talks.

The challenge will start on 5 December and is expected to last four days.

Source: Brexit latest: Supreme Court gives Theresa May permission to appeal Article 50 ruling | The Independent

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