A legal case is being raised in the UK to ask the International Court of Justice to rule on whether the UK can unilaterally withdraw its Article 50 letter at any point before the Brexit date of 29th March 2019. The UK government would have MPs believe that they can only do that with the unanimous support of the other states – but many people believe otherwise, including the EU negotiators, and the man who wrote the Article 50 clause originally.
The only way to be sure is to ask the ICJ to rule on it – that answer might make all the difference to the way MPs vote when the government presents its proposed ‘exit deal’ to Parliament for approval.  Their current approach is that the only option for MPs will be to vote for a ‘disorderly Brexit’, with all the chaos that entails. To support this action, you can contribute to the crowdfunding campaign to raise money to fund court costs. Jo Maughan QC is donating his services freely to the case.

Read more about it here.