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Brexit: There is no Need to Appeal the Judgement Given by the High Court.



The BBC reported that “Theresa May should abandon an appeal against the court ruling that means MPs must vote on the UK leaving the EU, leading Conservatives say… Sir Oliver Letwin, former head of the government’s Brexit preparations, and two former law officers said the case should not go to the Supreme Court… Instead, they want ministers to bring a bill to Parliament to start the process of Brexit as soon as possible… Sir Oliver, who oversaw a “Brexit Unit” in the Cabinet Office after the referendum, told BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme that the Supreme Court hearing could see ministers’ powers outside Parliament curbed…Former Solicitor General Sir Edward Garnier said Mrs May should drop the appeal to avoid expense and a row about judges’ powers, while former Attorney General Dominic Grieve said he could not see the point of continuing with the case.””

We at Pysdens Solicitors together with our Associate Research Unit TheHouseofBranchofGold have advocated the reported views since the judgement was given by the High Court and we are pleased that our views have been echoed by Sir Oliver Letwin, Sir Edward Garnier and Mr. Dominic Grieve. 237-50-1-50-2