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The High Court got it wrong on Article 50

The Court deserved a say—but its reasoning was flawed

By Adam Tomkins  

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The decision of the High Court in London this week was a ruling not on whether Brexit should happen, but on how it can happen lawfully. Some of the press coverage of the decision has been deplorable. There is nothing—nothing at all—in the court’s judgment to block the will of the people, to reverse the result of the referendum, or to get in the…

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