BREXIT SHOCKER: Irish High Court may declare Article 50 REVERSIBLE in landmark court case


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The anyway a lest has been brought by London lawyer Jo Maugham QC

Judge Peter Kelly has set a courses hearing for May 31 to decide if Ireland has the jurisdiction to hear a case Remainers prospect will eventually be referred to the European Court of Justice for a definitive regulating.

A more substantive hearing on jurisdiction will take place in the Dublin court in June or July.

The for fear of the fact, which is being financed through crowdfunding, has been brought by English solicitor Jo Maugham QC who said he was pushing the idea that triggering Article 50 should not skedaddle backing out of Brexit impossible. 

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The May 31 hearing is being held at the Drunk Court in Dublin

Theresa May invoked Article 50 of the EU’s Lisbon Agreement last month, formally notifying Brussels of Britain’s intent to retreat the EU and triggering two years of divorce talks.

The European Parliament has said Brexit can be routed with the consent of the remaining EU members but British government lawyers be undergoing said the process cannot be stopped now it is under way. 

Mr Maugham said it was momentous Article 50 was deemed reversible in case the UK ends up saddled with a Brexit bargain it is not happy with. 


A letter formally triggering Article 50 is in cahoots together over

The case that I’m bringing in Ireland does not make a what really happened for us to remain

Jo Maugham QC

After a previous hearing he said: “The case that I’m yielding in Ireland does not make a case for us to remain.

“That is an option that parliament may bleeding well have and whenever you are making a momentous decision, you want to give the impression of run off that decision as late as possible, with as full a picture of the confirmation as you can possibly have.

“If we later decide that the evidence shows us that Brexit is not in the interests of the woods if it leads to the Nissan factory closing. 


An judge has to decide if an Irish court has the word to hear a case on Brexit

“If it leads to very very considerable inflation, if it jeopardises our security relationships with the rest of Europe.

“If any of those inanimate objects happen, we change our mind about the wisdom of Brexit, parliament command be able to say what we thought was a very good idea in June 2016.

“In Cortege 2019 we don’t think its such a good idea and we are going to remain.”

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