The Prime Minister, Theresa May, is confident of winning the Article 50 case appeal.

MP’s will have to give a vote on whether the UK can start the process of leaving the EU, as they cannot just leave on their own will.

Theresa May called the President of the European Union, Jean-Claude Junker, letting him know that yesterday’s ruling wont “blow them off course” to leave the EU.

Government lawyers have been ordered by May to appeal the High Court’s decision to the Supreme Court. They say they feel confident that their appeal with be passed.

Labour MP, Owen Smith, has said that he intends to seek to amend government legislation and to try and push for a second referendum and he believes it would be ‘an act of democracy’.

Members of the Nottingham public expressed their concerns at attempts to block Brexit as they suggested it would be undemocratic to overturn the election result.

AUDIO: Nottingham Local, Edward Sampson, on Brexit.

Despite dispute and uncertainty in regards to when Brexit might actually will take place, Boris Johnson, amongst other MP’s, assure that it will go through as scheduled.

If MP’s were to try and go back on the result of the referendum, it would bring serious questioning towards our democratic process.