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Supreme Court rules for parliament approval to trigger Brexit

By Reuters
24 January 2017   |   11:29 am
The UK's highest judicial body ruled on Tuesday that Prime Minister Theresa May must get parliament's approval before she begins Britain's formal exit from the European Union.

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