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High Court legal challenge to Brexit starts today

British expats all over the EU will be watching the proceeds of the first legal challenge to Theresa Mayâ??s arbitrary triggering of Article 50 next March. The lawsuit is based on the widespread belief that a parliamentary debate and vote is needed before May can push the button to start EU divorce proceedings. Many UK citizens as well as... Expats Blog -
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