Britain PM vows to carry out Brexit 'in full' following High Court ruling
Nov.6, London: Theresa May has vowed to carry out Brexit "in full" despite the High Court ruling on leaving the EU.
The prime minister said the government needed to "get on with the job" and MPs should "accept" the referendum result.
Writing in the Sunday Telegraph she said she was appealing against the High Court decision because there was "an important principle at stake".
Jeremy Corbyn said Labour would block Article 50 if Mrs May does not guarantee access to the single market.
On Thursday, the High Court ruled Parliament should vote on when the government can trigger Article 50, beginning the formal process of the UK leaving the EU.
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