This, from today’s (February 2) Guardian website:

It’s nice to learn that David Davis is bringing the Brexit White Paper to Parliament while it may still be relevant (we could have used it two days ago, really) – but the Graun‘s headline-writers (they’re called sub-editors) really need to get their act together.

MPs have not voted to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. All they did yesterday (February 1) was signal willingness in principle to consider delegating such power to prime minister Theresa May.

Article 50 has not been triggered and nobody has voted to do it.

To be honest, headline-writers suggesting otherwise are seriously misleading the public and legal action should be taken.

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