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Belfast anti no-deal case to conclude on Tuesday

Belfast anti no-deal case to conclude on Tuesday

10.9.2019

Belfast anti no-deal case to conclude on Tuesday

The hearing was told on Monday that courts should not be asked to intervene in Brexit talks.

Referencing Operation Yellowhammer – the Government’s scenario planning exercise – the barrister said: “It’s apparent that the Government has considered, carefully assessed and taken provisions for the contingencies that may arise from an exit without a withdrawal agreement.”

The applicants behind the action include high profile Irish victims’ campaigner Raymond McCord.

“That can’t be boosted or given a steroid injection as to make it an obligation of continuing membership of the EU on one or both parties,” he said.- Press Association

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