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Eoin O'Dell: 'There's no guarantee Ireland's new Brexit case will get the referral it wants'

Claim faces "a very great banana skin", says legal expert

10th December, 2016

It’s not everyday that the prospect of an action in the Irish High Court makes world headlines. But a case about the mechanism by which a member state can depart from the European Union is doing just that.

The plaintiffs seeking a reference from the High Court to the Court of Justice of the European Union about the meaning of this mechanism, Article 50, are likely to be MEPs for various British constituencies,...

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