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Raymond McCord's lawyers join Supreme Court Article 50 Brexit case

Victims campaigner Raymond McCord arrives at the Supreme Court in London, for the third day of the British government's appeal against a ruling that Prime Minister Theresa May must seek MPs' approval to trigger the process of taking Britain out of the European Union 

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Today lawyers for campaigner Raymond McCord and anti-Brexit politicians including SDLP leader Colum Eastwood and Green Party leader Steven Agnew will join the Supreme Court hearings as the British government appeals against the need for Parliament to vote on triggering Brexit.

The case is due to finish on Thursday with a ruling in the new year.

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Day Two: Northern Ireland Attorney General John Larkin speaks to the court

 

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