Victory for May as United Kingdom court throws out European Union single market challenge

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European Union leaders say the so-called four freedoms are indivisible and will thus not let the United Kingdom control European Union immigration while remaining inside the single market.Barr says that the government is “misjudging both the political and practical scale of the task ahead” and warns “we see increasing grounds for concern that the plan as constituted can not be credibly delivered”.The British Influence think-tank had argued that although last June’s referendum had resulted in a “leave” vote, it had not been a mandate for the government of Prime Minister Theresa May to take Britain out of the single market.The High Court has blocked a fresh attempt to challenge Brexit through the legal system.”The referendum was on membership of the EU, not the EEA, nor of [the European Court of Human Rights]”, Yalland said, adding that “it was not an opinion poll on immigration”.”I want to be clear”, May said at the time.

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The EEA Agreement provides for the free movement of persons, goods, services and capital within the single market.However, the Scottish Government says it believes that because of the direct effects on the devolved responsibilities, the Scottish Parliament should be invited to give its view before the bill is passed.Following their conversation, in which she updated Mr Rajoy and Mr Kern on the UK’s preparations for Brexit, Mr Rajoy said her speech “clarified many things”.There were also a second set of claimants who did not wish to be identified for fear of becoming the targets of the same type of abuse suffered by Gina Miller, the lead claimant in article 50 case at the Supreme Court.In January May effectively left no doubt as to her government’s intentions.”As the prime minister has said, we will not be a member of the single market and we will be seeking a broad new partnership with the European Union including a bold and ambitious free trade agreement”.