Judicial intervention in parliamentary proceedings: the question of the unilateral revocability of the UK's Article 50 notification

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Laws, Steven
Policy Exchange
Date of publication
19 November 2018
Legislation, Social Policy
Social welfare
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In this report Policy Exchange state that the Inner House of the Court of Session in Scotland acted wrongly in referring to the Court of Justice of the EU the question of whether the UK can unilaterally revoke Article 50 and so remain in the EU.

As the UK Supreme Court urgently considers the Government’s application for permission to appeal, and ahead of the CJEU hearing argument on 27th November, Policy Exchange’s Judicial Power Project publishes an excoriating analysis of the Scottish Court’s judgment.

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