>> Theresa May, off on her first trade trip since becoming Prime Minister, but she leaves behind a Brexit headache. Her plans thrown into a tailspin after the high court ruled MP's must get a say before the government can trigger the divorce.>> What MP's and peers have to remember is that we had a vote on the 23rd of June, The majority of the British people voted to leave the European Union.
The government is now getting on with that.>> May now faces a turbulent timetable.>> There are no plans.>> Labour's Jeremy Corbyn, suggesting an interview with the Sunday Mirror, that he tried to block the process if the government didn't agree to his demands. Among them, a guarantee of access to the single market.
The High Court ruling has enraged Euro skeptics, who worry law makers it will try to delay or water down the government's approach. But writing in the Sunday Telegraph, May signaled she would resist any such attempts and vowed to deliver a full exit from the EU. She says she's confident of overturning the judges decision with an appeal to go before the Supreme Court early next month.