Transcripts (perhaps draft) of the Article 50 ‘Brexit’ Appeal hearings at the Supreme Court

You should, either there or separately, have cross-referenced versions of both of our cases, somewhere, in response to a question that Lady Hale was asking yesterday. Then you have a note, applicants' note on the Constitutional Reform and Governance Act. That is designed to show you all the bits and pieces that preceded that Act and you will see that in that note at paragraph 1(2) and (3), or paragraphs (1), (2) and (3); you have documents that are already in the bundles, otherwise we haven't given you the copies of the remaining documentation referred to, but we have given you the internet link if you want it.

We can easily provide you those if you wish, but rather than flooding you with paper, we have given you those. I hope that's helpful. At the end of that note, we have answered the query that Lord Carnwath raised in relation to section 23 of CRAG in its original form, and we have sought to answer Lord Mance's question about the scrutiny process in Parliament in paragraph 4 of that note.

That is the note on CRAG. You should also have a note on the Great Repeal Bill; I say a note, it is a statement that was made to Parliament by the Secretary of State for exiting the European Union.

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