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These lawyers told us how they are trying to block the government from triggering Article 50

One of the most important legal cases in Britain's constitutional history will get underway at the Supreme Court on Thursday. Three of the most senior judges in the UK will rule whether the government is legally required to pass an act of parliament before triggering Article 50 and formally starting Britain's divorce from the European Union. Mischon de Reya, a law firm based in central London, will represent one of the claimants, businesswoman Gina Miller, who Business Insider interviewed in August.
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