The European Court of Justice has ruled Brexit can still be stopped. The decision has a few very interesting points with broader relevance worth considering:
It's not as simple as that
It's not as simple as that: "The revocation must be decided following a democratic process in accordance with national constitutional requirements." And if we are going to have any semblance of democracy after a referendum was called, and then not executed by the government, then it would probably take a r...
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