A demonstrator holds a cake with an EU flag in it following the judgment.
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Britain's Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that parliamentary approval is needed before the government can start the process of taking Britain out of the European Union.The June 23 referendum vote that produced majority support for leaving the EU has changed minds in Parliament because members don't want to be seen as thwarting the will of the people, making it very unlikely Parliament will stop Brexit in its tracks.There is scattered opposition, but Parliament is expected to endorse the government's proposal.The government will now seek a quick vote in Parliament authorizing the use of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, which would start the two-year process of removing Britain from the 28-nation EU. Officials said legislation would be introduced "within days".
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