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A parliamentary vote on Article 50—now that’s taking back control

Thursday's High Court ruling might just stop the rot

By Stephen Kinnock  

Gina Miller, lead claimant in the case on a parliamentary vote on Article 50 ©Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire/PA Images

At the heart of the Leave campaign was the argument that Brexit would enable the British people to “take back control,” primarily by restoring parliamentary sovereignty. Those three words resonated powerfully with the electorate, and had a decisive impact on the result. I campaigned passionately for “Remain,” but, first and foremost, I am a democrat and there is no doubt in my…

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