The European Court of Justice has ruled that the UK can cancel its Article 50 notification and unilaterally end the process of withdrawing from the bloc, a move that could leave the door open for the British government to theoretically cancel its planned Brexti departure scheduled for March 2019 without the consent of the 27 EU members.
The ECJ ruling comes just a day before a crucial vote in parliament of the EU-UK draft Withdrawal Agreement. That agreement was negotiated by Prime Minister The...
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