To receive the Brussels Briefing in your inbox every morning, sign up here Article 50 has sent the lawyers into a frenzy. The British government has been forced to publish its argument on why triggering the formal EU divorce clause does not require an act of parliament (and a potentially troublesome vote among MPs) in an impending court case. Read more
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LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May will not begin formal divorce talks on leaving the European Union before the end of the year, a government spokeswoman said on Friday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain said on Thursday that it was unlikely to trigger the start of formal proceedings on leaving the European Union before the end of the year and that the decision is one for the British government.
LONDON (Reuters) - Law firm Mishcon de Reya said it had started legal action to demand the British government win legislative approval from Parliament before triggering a formal divorce from the European Union.