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>> Britain's Supreme Court's given the government the green light to appeal a ruling on Brexit. London's trying to overturn a High Court decision saying Parliament must give it's approval before divorce proceedings with the European Union can begin. The ruling last week's thrown the Government's plans to leave the 28 member bloc into disarray, and triggered and angry response from some MPs in newspapers.
Despite the legal challenge, Prime Minister Theresa May says she's determined to stick to her plan to stop the exit process by the end of March. And European leaders have called on Britain not to delay the triggering of Article 50, which will signal the beginning of the negotiations. The Supreme Court says a panel of 11 judges will hear the appeal over four days in early December.
The judgement's likely to be delivered in the new year.