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

My Lord, no. My submission, as you know, and I am not going to go back over the all the points I made in opening but my submission, as you know, is that this is a particularly special type of right; it is contingent, it is inherently limited and it depends on my two-legged stool. It depends, of course, on parliamentary intervention to create the conduit, but as section 2(1) itself positively and expressly asserts and says, these are rights that are created on the international plane. How are they created on the international plane? By the United Kingdom Government exercising its prerogative powers within the EU institutions.

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