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Supreme Court judges reserve Brexit case ruling until new year

The UK Government faces a wait until next year to find out whether it has won its Brexit challenge at the UK's highest court.

At the completion of four days of detailed legal argument, 11 Supreme Court justices reserved their ruling until the new year.

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Key parties arrive as protesters rally at Supreme Court

Gina Miller, who brought the case against the Government, arrived for the first day of the hearing. Credit: PA

Leading parties on both sides of the Government's Brexit appeal case have arrived at the Supreme Court in London for the first day's hearing.

Attorney General Jeremy Wright will represent the Government opposite crossbench peer Lord Pannick, who represents Ms Miller. Credit: PA

The Government is appealing against a High Court ruling that the Prime Minister must seek MPs' approval to trigger the process of taking Britain out of the European Union.

Pro-Remain supporters led a protest outside the Supreme Court against the Government's attempt to overturn the High Court ruling. Credit: PA

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