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The Duel: Should parliament have a binding vote on the terms of Brexit?

Two contributors battle it out


The High Court has ruled that Theresa May cannot commence Britain’s exit from the EU without the assent of MPs. The government wants a free hand over the timing and the negotiating terms, arguing that the referendum provides all the authority it needs. The Supreme Court will hear its appeal in December.

Should parliament have a binding vote on the terms of Brexit?

Ed Miliband is former Leader of the Opposition and Labour MP for Doncaster North

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