A LEGAL battle claiming Britain has already left the European Union has been launched in the High Court by the leader of the English Democrats.
DAILY EXPRESS - By SIMON OSBORNEPUBLISHED: 09:54, Wed, Apr 3, 2019 | UPDATED: 11:58, Wed, Apr 3, 2019
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Robin Tilbrook insists Britain left the bloc on March 29 as originally planned and dismissed Theresa May’s extension as nul and void because she never had the power to make such a decision in the first place. The legal challenge mirrors Gina Miller's high-profile court battle with the Government over Article 50 in 2016. Mr Tilbrook tweeted: “Our case has now fully served and issued and we are just waiting for the High Court to give us a hearing date in the near future.
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What we're hoping to achieve with it is a declaration that we're already out. Robin Tilbrook
“Now we really need as much help as possible so that we can match the well-funded Remain groups and the tax funded government lawyers!”
The judicial review application argues Mrs May did not have the power to extend the Brexit date past March 29.
Mr Tilbrook said: “What we're hoping to achieve with it is a declaration that we're already out. If you've read it, you can see that the argument's very strong.
“We've done it all, we started a month or so ago. We've served all the paperwork in advance and we've issued it today.
Theresa May and Robin Tilbrook (Image: GETTY/BBC)
Robin Tilbrook's English Democrats insist Brexit has already happened (Image: BBC)
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“I fully expect it to be heard fairly soon. I've asked the High Court for it to be heard on an expedited basis. I think the argument's strong that we're out.
“The Government's proceeding on the basis that we're still in. We're saying that's not the case. If there's a declaration from the High Court that we're out, the Government's got a new reality to deal with.”
Legal experts have cast doubt on whether Mr Tilbrook’s case will succeed.
Thom Brooks, Professor of Law and Government at Durham University Law School, told MailOnline: “I think the idea is that Parliament voted to leave on 29 March, this date has passed without a new Act of Parliament and so we're out.
The English Democrats claims Theresa May had no legal rights to delay Brexit (Image: GETT)
“But Parliament did agree for the Prime Minister to have more time and both the UK and EU have agreed our 'deal' remains, or at least for now. This is through temporary extensions.
“Someone was bound to try this - but I'm not expecting a Miller-like result.”
Ms Miller launched a high-profile legal challenge in 2016, saying that Parliament had to approve the triggering of Article 50.
The High Court and later the Supreme Court both found in her favour and forced MPs to vote on the formal start of the Brexit process.
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