• Theresa May has the power to unilaterally reverse Brexit says EU's law chief

    10 days ago - By Chron

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    The Advocate General of the European Court of Justice says the UK can reverse Brexit without the consent of other member states.
    The advice is part of a legal case which will decide whether the UK could revoke Article 50, the legal mechanism which kickstarted the Brexit process.
    The Advocate General's advice is non-binding, and ECJ judges will make the final decision on the case in the coming weeks.
    LONDON - The law chief of the EU's highest court has advised that the UK should unilaterally be able to reverse Brexit in what could prove to be a landmark legal case.
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  • UK can revoke Brexit, says top EU legal official

    10 days ago - By eFinancial News

    EU court's advocate-general hands a provisional win to anti-Brexit campaigners
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  • The U.K. May Have Just Found a Way Out of Brexit. Here's Why

    10 days ago - By Fortune

    Until the U.K. actually leaves the European Union, the country still has the option of unilaterally canceling Brexit - that's the opinion of the top advisor to the EU's highest court, and if it's followed by the court itself, it could provide a route out of the Brexit mess.
    As things stand, there are only three possible outcomes in the chaotic Brexit situation: the British Parliament could approve the deal struck between the EU and the Conservative government of Theresa May; it could reject the deal and the U.K. could leave with no deal; or Brexit could just not happen.
    The first scenario...
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  • Theresa May has the power to unilaterally reverse Brexit says EU's law chief

    Theresa May has the power to unilaterally reverse Brexit says EU's law chief

    10 days ago - By Business Insider

    LONDON - The EU's law chief has advised that the UK should unilaterally be able to reverse Brexit in what could prove to be a landmark legal case.
    On Tuesday, the European Court of Justice's Advocate General Campos Sanchez-Bordona proposed that the ECJ should declare that Article 50 - the legal mechanism which kickstarted Brexit - allows the "unilateral revocation" of a member state's intention to withdraw from the EU.
    The court case was referred to the ECJ by Edinburgh's Court of Session in September after a legal case was brought by a group of anti-Brexit Scottish politicians.
    The court...
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