A lawful, free and fair vote is at the heart of our UK Constitution and Democracy, and the legitimacy of the democratic process is fundamental to the rule of law.

We know now, beyond all reasonable doubt, that the EU Referendum was rife with illegal activity and cheating.

UK in EU Challenge’s claim argues that the illegal conduct of Leave organisations during the 2016 Referendum campaign should nullify the Prime Minister’s decision to notify the EU of the UK’s intention to withdraw.

The premise for the legal challenge is that the triggering of Article 50 was not in line with ‘constitutional requirements’. Had it been a binding referendum, the result would be declared null and void.

It cannot be right that a non-binding referendum on which politicians nevertheless decide to act is not subject to the same scrutiny. The court will be asked to declare that the Prime Minister’s decision to notify the European Council of the UK’s intention to leave the EU be set aside.

Sue Wilson, Chair of Bremain in Spain, is lead claimant of a group of British citizens living across the EU, including Spain, France and Italy, with one of them having previously intervened successfully in R (Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union [2017]

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Sue Wilson – Chair of Bremain in Spain

Adam Wagner – Barrister, Doughty Street Chambers

Case Updates: 10th September 2018

The UK in EU Challenge claimants have published the Government’s Summary Grounds of Resistance, their reply and supplementary questions for the Prime Minister’s lawyers and asked the High Court to expedite a hearing in the case of Susan Wilson and others versus the Prime Minister. Documents can be viewed below:

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