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

Not necessarily, because obviously everyone accepts that there has to be legislation in due course -- as indeed the Great Repeal builds on that. So one cannot simply look at the trigger stage without having regard to what is going to follow from it. So the real question is, can we as a court say to Parliament, the trigger stage, a motion would not be good enough, even a motion supported -- a unanimous motion, that would not be good enough; there has to be this one-line bill that says: yes, you can trigger.

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