New court claim brings more legal woes for Brexiteers

A new legal claim rgues that separate parliamentary approval is needed to bring Britain out of the European Economic Area, which allows for tariff-free trade and free movement of peopleA fresh legal challenge to Britain’s plans to leave the European Union was launched in London on Thursday, the latest in a series of claims against the government’s approach to Brexit. The claim argues that separate parliamentary approval is needed to bring Britain out of the European Economic Area, which allows for tariff-free trade and free movement of people. The legal challenge has been started with the Administrative Court, which sits within London’s High Court, a spokesman for the judiciary told AFP.

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