They are joined by Lord Hope, former Deputy President of the Supreme Court, and Joshua Rozenberg.
Posts Tagged: Article 50
Trump reminds Labour of the risk of ignoring the voters. And Tories argue the Salisbury Convention means Peers must honour the referendum result.
While Continuity Remainers and worried Leavers both see today’s judgment as a block to Brexit, MPs will still vote for it in the end.
Both the full findings and a summary are now available.
If the former Prime Minister thinks it so important that voters have space to reflect and reconsider, why did he not fight for a less punishing exit mechanism in 2007?
The Transport Secretary warns Parliamentarians against trying to block Brexit.
The Prime Minister also clarifies that she will be triggering Article 50 before the end of March 2017.
Now? Early next year? Late next year? Or maybe never?
While Thornberry’s official policy is to try to bog down the triggering of Article 50, plenty of her colleagues can see the danger in denying the result.
Christopher Howarth’s Guide to Brexit: Article 50, parliamentary votes, Scotland – and the legalities of leaving
His debut column: answers to key questions.
WATCH: Will Article 50 definitely be triggered before the next General Election? “Oh yes,” says McLoughlin
The Party Chairman also says the Leave vote means “we have to have control of our borders”.
WATCH: Farage wants progress on Brexit, though ‘no deal is better than the current deal that we’ve got’
He says “yes” when Murnaghan asks if he’ll “start making more of a fuss” if Article 50 hasn’t been triggered by the beginning of 2017.