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Legal challenge to British government's right to trigger EU divorce begins

LONDON (Reuters) - A legal bid to force the British government to seek parliamentary approval before starting the formal process of leaving the European Union begins on Thursday, with ministers calling it an anti-democratic tactic to delay Brexit.
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