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EU Referendum: Explaining the legal challenge to Brexit

As the UK continues to navigate complex political waters on a global scale, lawyers have suggested that the legal challenge to Brexit is likely to reach Supreme Court. The case was brought by an ordinary member of the British public but can this actually have the potential to 'block' Brexit, as has been suggested by some?

Professor Alexander Türk from The Dickson Poon School of Law explains how the legal challenge works, what the key arguments are and discusses the likely outcomes and their political implications. Does the Government have the legal right to trigger Article 50?

Music: ' I Dunno' by Grapes. Licensed under creative commons from

Image: 'Gone with the wind' by Theophilos Papadopoulos. Licensed under creative commons via Flickr.


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