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Download Domande E Risposte Di Cultura Generale Pdf Download spedizione adobe acrobat 8.7 for linux download domande e risposte di cultura generale pdf download domande e risposte di cultura generale pdf downloadMedia playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Michelle Mitchell says the law makes no sense A Court of Appeal judge says she does not have the authority to rule on whether the UK should leave the EU without consulting MPs. The court heard a rare legal case which challenged the so-called Benn Act, which was passed in the wake of the EU referendum result. Lawyers for the government argued that the courts have no power to intervene. The court unanimously ruled that it did not have the authority to rule on the matter, at present. "This case arises from the somewhat extraordinary circumstance of the law that regulates Brexit having changed after the referendum," said Appeal Court president Lord Pannick. "The outcome of the referendum, like all such votes, is a political event and the act of the UK parliament, but it is nonetheless a legally binding act," he said. The landmark case is one of the most significant legal cases of the Brexit process. MPs voted by a majority of two to one to trigger Article 50, starting the formal Brexit process. But that decision was immediately challenged by 22 MPs who petitioned the High Court, arguing that the government's action was unlawful and could be stopped in the High Court. These MPs argued that the government was not legally entitled to trigger Article 50. The government argued that the judgment of the High Court should be quashed. The government maintained that Parliament alone had the power to initiate the Article 50 process. 'The courts cannot interfere' The government won the High Court case. This was followed by a successful appeal in the Supreme Court. Both decisions were unanimous. The High Court ruled that the government's view of the law was correct. But in the end, this case could not be resolved by the High Court. And the Supreme Court did not feel able to rule on the issue because of the political nature of the case. So the government took the case to the Supreme Court for a further appeal. It is this case that has been heard today. All 10 judges sitting in the Court of Appeal heard the argument, which lasted

 

 

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