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Brexit's Article 50 Hearing At The Supreme Court (Live Feeds)

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Brexit's Article 50 Hearing At The Supreme Court (Live Feeds)
Follow live Britain's Supreme Court hearing of the British government's appeal over Brexit's Article 50 powers. 11 judges will decide whether Theresa May can or cannot use the Royal Prerogative to trigger Article 50.

The proceedings may be followed through a live video stream:

- on the BBC News website

- on the Supreme Court website


The proceedings may also be followed online with live text updates:

- on the Guardian website: Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Final Day

- on the Independent website: Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Final Day


The proceedings may finally be followed online through live tweets:

- on Lawyer Schona Jolly's Twitter feed

- on Lawyer Jo Maugham QC's Twitter feed

- on Journalist & Lawyer Joshua Rozenberg's Twitter feed

- on Sky News journalist Faisal Islam's Twitter feed


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05/12/2016

The highest court in Britain will begin today the hearing of the British government’s appeal over Brexit’s Article 50 powers. The proceedings of this very high-profile hearing are streamed live, will last four days and the verdict is expected mid-January.

The Supreme Court, located near Parliament Square in London, is since this morning certainly one of the busiest streets in Britain with, outside the Court, hundreds of journalists covering the case for media from all over the world and Remain supporters and Brexit supporters with posters, balloons, fake judges on double-deckers and chants.  

(Photograph Instagram © 2016, J.N. PAQUET)
(Photograph Instagram © 2016, J.N. PAQUET)



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