>> Enemies of the people, says the Daily Mail. Talk of a foreign plot against the British people in The Sun. Front pages reflecting the angry mood among backers of Brexit on Friday morning. That's 24 hours after a high court ruling threw the process of leaving into doubt. Three judges saying MPs must vote to approve starting the departure.
That could delay exit by months or even years. Lawmakers could also force the government to reveal what kind of deal they're aiming for. And with a majority of MPs against Brexit, some fear it could even block the way out all together. Ministers are adamant that won't happen.>> The government is determined to respect the result of the referendum.
This judgment raises important and complex matters of law. And it's right that we consider it carefully before deciding how to proceed.>> The government appeal likely to be heard by the Supreme Court next month. On Friday, Prime Minister Theresa May will talk to European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.
She'll tell him that the government still intends to trigger Brexit by the end of March. But May's headache could yet get worse. A similar court case was defeated in Northern Ireland, but the claimants there could now appeal. And Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says she is weighing her options.
>> We'll be looking at the judgment very carefully. And, yes, we will actively consider whether or not there is a case for the Scottish government to become participants in that case.>> Now, some say May has only one way to reassert her authority, call a snap general election and ask the public to back her.
So far, she's ruled that out, but the temptation may be growing.