Miller became the lead claimant with her case that ministers could not start the process without Parliament’s approval.
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The Supreme Court ruling Tuesday that Parliament must approve the start of Brexit is in many ways a victory for one woman, Gina Miller, who has endured death threats and racial abuse for bringing the case.Several people launched legal challenges against the government after last June's shock referendum vote to leave the European Union, arguing that the outcome was only "advisory" and needed further legislation.But Miller became the lead claimant with her case that ministers could not start the process without Parliament's approval.The government is now expected to bring forward emergency legislation authorizing it to trigger Article 50, the European Union mechanism starting Brexit negotiations, by the end of March.
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