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Old 27.11.2018, 20:04
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Apparently they'll have the ruling soon enough. I can't see them ruling in the Remainers that brought this case favour - how can you have countries flip flapping in and out all the time? It's only right that EU should decide whether the Art 50 process can be cancelled or not.
It is actually a two-step process. An advocate general, a senior lawyer knowledgeable in the law, precedence and European legislation will make a preliminary ‘recommendation before Christmas. The Court will then review that recommendation and decide. They hope to have the decision before the end of the year. They could agree with the advocate general, which the do in over 80% of the cases, or disagree. Their decision will be binding in all member states, including the UK and is not subject to appeal.
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