Daily Mail: Judges trigger major constitutional crisis as they deliver 'slap in the face' to Theresa May by ruling MPs MUST be given a vote on Brexit but ministers vow to overturn controversial decision
* Lord Chief Justice delivers damning verdict on Government in High Court
* Judges side with Remain campaigners who argued MPs must be given a vote before Article 50 is invoked
* Theresa May says she will appeal and still plans to trigger Brexit by March
* Stage now set for explosive showdown in the Supreme Court next month
* Brexiteers warn of 'betrayal' of voters and vent fury at judge 'power grab'
Theresa May suffered a massive legal 'slap in the face' today when judges ruled she cannot trigger Brexit without permission from parliament.
Amid fury over a 'power grab' by the judiciary, the PM vowed to appeal against the dramatic High Court defeat - insisting she would not let the decision 'derail' the process of cutting ties with Brussels.
The stage is now set for an extraordinary showdown in the Supreme Court next month - with the fate of the country potentially at stake.
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WNU Editor: This will delay Brexit .... not stop it. The Labour party has already indicated that they will support Brexit .... Labour says it will still push for UK to leave the EU after High Court ruling (The Independent), and Conservative backbench members are not going to defy the will of the people who voted for Brexit. But in the event that Brexit does become blocked by the courts .... the uproar among those who voted for Brexit is going to be beyond enormous.
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UK court says parliament must have Brexit say, dealing blow to government -- Reuters
UK court: Gov't can't trigger EU exit without Parliament -- AP
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Brexit court defeat for UK government -- BBC
Brexit legal challenge wins: Theresa May must get approval to trigger Article 50, High Court rules -- The Independent
British court delivers blow to E.U. exit plan, insists Parliament has a say -- Washington Post
The pound soars against the dollar as the High Court rules MPs MUST be given a vote on whether to trigger Article 50 and start Brexit talks -- Daily Mail
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What happens next for Brexit? The Government is appealing but it might have to go into Parliamentary trenches and fight for the right to quit the EU -- Daily Mail