Brexit ruling: UK can cancel decision, EU court says – BBC News
Brexit ruling: UK can cancel decision, EU court says – BBC News A ruling from the European court of justice and the past couple of hours or said the person can put a stop to brexit without the consent of Ava EU member states. I listening to what means so this case was brought by a group of British parliamentarians who are at the UK Parliament Westminster at the Scottish Parliament and the European Parliament, and they wanted some clarity of article 50. The EU treaty that the exit clause, which the UK is using to leave the EU and it says what happens if the country wants to leave but isn’t clear about what happens and what conditions or whatever country changes its mind. And today the judges hear that stop Court. The European court of justice in Luxembourg have said that if a country chooses to leave it does that unilaterally, it should have the same rights to change, mind and reverses decision unilaterally without having to speak to the other. 27-Member state having to get their permission, I’m not giving them an opportunity to attach any strings to that revocation. So that means in theory, if the UK have the Parliamentary Vote or another referendum or general election which changed its position on Bragg. That meant wanted to stay, and it could do that. No questions asked at its terms with membership would not change, so the UK would not be obliged to join The single currency. The Euro join the passport for the area known as the Schengen zone or give up rebates on the EU budget with the people who brought this case. Who are opponents of brexit think is a powerful argument to make to empey’s Westminster before they make the decision on whether to vote for Theresa May’s deal tomorrow. I would also be a powerful argument in the names of the public if they are ask again what they want to do in another referendum. The European Court of Justice has ruled the UK can cancel Brexit without the permission of the other 27 EU members.
The ECJ judges ruled this could be done without altering the terms of Britain’s membership.
A group of anti-Brexit politicians argued the UK should be able to unilaterally halt Brexit, but they were opposed by the government and EU.
The decision comes a day before MPs are due to vote on Theresa May’s deal for leaving the EU.
MPs are already widely expected to reject the proposals during a vote in the House of Commons on Tuesday night.
There is also speculation the vote could be delayed, with a government source telling the BBC cabinet ministers may be asked by No 10 to take part in an emergency conference call later.
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