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Downing St hopes to secure parliamentary approval to trigger Article 50 by mid-March
Brexit supporters wanted British sovereignty — now they have it
Parliament, not the government, is the ultimate power in the land
Judges have ruled that MPs must have a vote before the process of leaving the EU can start
Judges say parliament must be consulted before Article 50 can be activated to leave EU
Banker and philanthropist targeted on social media by Leave supporters
Barrister is a ‘star at the bar’ for his handling of high-level law cases
Commons hearing told of potential damage to industries after single market exit
The impact of Brexit shock on bank is unclear, says EIB president
Sector-by-sector customs deal faces legal, technical and political barriers
Losing Supreme Court decision will mean tussle in parliament
Devolution issues cloud legal row over whether Theresa May must hold parliamentary vote
Demand for 40-year bond fresh evidence that Brexit has not scared investors away
EU divorce bill could be accelerated through parliament but opponents plan amendments
Why Tuesday’s currency market was muted, and where next for sterling
Sebastian Payne says Supreme Court ruling a 'damp squib'
UK currency loses early gains as judges rule that government must consult parliament
Verdict undermines PM but it is inconceivable that MPs and peers will vote down bill
Notebook: Her arrival in Downing Street is symbolic of the subject’s renaissance
The prime minister will rapidly pass an Article 50 bill, writes Sebastian Payne
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