The European Court of Justice to Sit And Decide Can The U.K.’S Article 50 Notification That Triggered Its EU Exit Can Be Withdrawn Unilaterally By Britain

Sunday 09 December, 2018 Written by  Politico
The European Court of Justice to Sit And Decide Can The U.K.’S Article 50 Notification That Triggered Its EU Exit Can Be Withdrawn Unilaterally By Britain

The European Court of Justice will at 9 a.m. on Monday December 10 deliver its ruling on whether the U.K.’s Article 50 notification that triggered its EU exit can be withdrawn unilaterally by Britain. (The ruling will come just one day before a crucial vote in the U.K.’s House of Commons on Theresa May’s Brexit deal.)

The ECJ’s advocate general delivered his opinion Tuesday, finding that the U.K. (or any other country that wishes to quit the EU) can unilaterally withdraw its Article 50 notification, without the consent of other EU member countries.

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