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

It could have said it was advisory or it could have done what it did in the alternative vote legislation and in the legislation relating to future changes to the European constitution, it could have -- can I finish -- it could therefore have said what it did. Lord Clarke's point, which I think is a fair one, is that if Parliament means it to have a legal effect, as in those two statutes, it says so, whereas it doesn't say so in the 2015 --

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