UK Supreme Court rules there is no obligation to seek consent of the devolved administrations before triggering Article 50

Dublin, Tuesday 24 January, 2017:  The UK’s Supreme Court has today upheld, by a majority vote of 8 judges to 3, the ruling that parliamentary approval is required to invoke Article 50.  However, the judges unanimously rejected the notion that Westminster has a legal obligation to seek the consent of the devolved administrations before doing…