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

Well, my Lords, I think the answer to that is to put beyond doubt any situation in which a -- to be simply consistent with the provisions in the 1972 Act whereby the Parliament required any new treaty to be approved by an Act of Parliament, and on that same footing, carrying that through into the 2008 act, it would equally require treaties where they amended those treaties to be approved by an Act of Parliament, so my Lord, Lord Sumption is right.

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