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Britain's Lord Chief Justice was 'baffled' by the key argument in the Article 50 case

The Lord Chief Justice said he was "baffled" by one of the UK government's key arguments in the final day of the blockbuster Article 50 legal battle. Three of the UK's most senior judges met in the High Court to hear arguments on whether Theresa May's government is legally required to pass an act of parliament before triggering Britain's withdrawal from the European Union.
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