Britain’s parliament will “very likely” have to ratify an eventual agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union when the country leaves the bloc, a British government lawyer said on Tuesday.
James Eadie, who is representing Prime Minister Theresa May’s government in a High Court challenge over who has the right to trigger divorce talks, said members of parliament would very probably be allowed a say on the final exit deal.
“The government view at the moment is it is very likely that any such agreement will be subject to ratification” Eadie said.
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