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Gina Miller: The will of the people is not set in stone

When the government tried to trigger Article 50 without parliamentary approval, she fought it all the way to the Supreme Court—and won. She tells Prospect that she's not done yet

By Alex Dean  

Gina Miller arriving at The Supreme Court, London where Britain's most senior judges will rule if Theresa May has the power to trigger the formal process for the UK's exit from the European Union. Picture date: Tuesday 24 January, 2016. Photo credit should read: Matt Crossick/ EMPICS Entertainment. Photo: Matt Crossick/Matt Crossick/Empics Entertainment

Thanks to the EU referendum last year, tensions in British politics are running higher than at any time in living memory. The campaign pitted young against old, metropolitan voters against rural ones, those with degrees against those without—the list goes on. We are a country divided, and as the European question exposed the depth of that division, it tipped over into something more sinister. Campaigners on each side accused those on the…

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