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Brexit ruling: Lord Chancellor backs judiciary amid row

Gina Miller reads statement after the High Court judgement in the Article 50 case

Ireland: Banks Dealt a massive Blow With High Court Judgement Today – Home Owners Celebrate

from The Telegraph

Prospect of early general election increases after High Court rules Government cannot trigger Article 50 without parliamentary approval

Dominic Grieve MP- High Court judgement 'may delay triggering of Article 50 slightly.' I hope that's all. It's a disgraceful intervention by vested interests. If a vote is required & MPs do not trigger art 50 then there must be a general election. But we already know the will of the electorate & MPs already voted to abide by it. This could end up on the streets, and ultimately turn to serious violence.

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The High Court has ruled that the Government does not have power to trigger Article 50 without parliamentary approval and a vote from MPs - this leaked document reveals the motives behind their judgement.

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Call off the courts: Devon urged to stop prosecutions against parents taking kids out of school

Parents facing prosecution in Devon for taking their children out of school should have their cases dropped immediately - that's the blunt message tonight from the leader of the opposition group on the local authority. Today (25 May) two parents were due to be in court over their refusal to pay a fine for taking their children out of school. But that's now been adjourned while the Council waits for guidance following a recent High Court judgement which found in favour of parents....

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Obama health law faces Supreme Court judgement

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday that police officers may use evidence seized during a traffic stop even if the reason the officers pulled the car over in the first place was based on a misunderstanding of the state's law.

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