Great Repeal Act is ‘a complete red herring' devised for politicians to bat around parliament, says Dominic Grieve QC

Former attorney general Dominic Grieve QC has said the article 50 legal challenge was 'finely balanced' and that, regardless of the UK courts' decision on the matter, a reference to the European Court of Justice could not be 'entirely ruled out'.

Speaking at the launch of a new report from Brunel University-based think tank Britain in Europe, the government's former top lawyer described the Brexit vote as a 'revolution' in British politics.

'Looking at ...

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