Britain can still cancel Brexit by revoking Article 50 without the consent of other EU member states, according to the ECJ's top legal advisor.
The news is a win for Remainers hoping to reverse Brexit when MPs vote on Theresa May’s controversial withdrawal agreement on Dec. 11.
While the decision is not binding, in around 75% of cases ECJ judges will follow the advice of their Advocate General's opinion.
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