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Forward we go!" Campaigner Gina Miller gives her reaction Media captionGina Miller: "No prime minister, no government, can expect to be unanswerable or unchallenged" Investment manager Gina Miller, one of the campaigners who brought the case against the government, said Brexit was "the most divisive issue of a generation", but added that her victory was "not about politics, but process". "I sincerely hope that going forward that people who stand in positions of power and profile are much quicker in condemning those who cross the lines of common decency and mutual respect," she also said. Her co-campaigner, hairdresser Deir Tozetti Dos Santos, said: "The court has decided that the rights attaching to our membership of the European Union were given by Parliament and can only be taken away by Parliament. "This is a victory for democracy and the rule of law. We should all welcome it." BBC Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg's view "The sighs of relief are real in Whitehall this morning for two reasons. "The justices held back from insisting that the devolved administrations would have a vote or a say on the process. That was, as described by a member of Team May, the 'nightmare scenario'. "And second, the Supreme Court also held back from telling the government explicitly what it has to do next. ครีมบํารุงผิวหน้า estee The judgement is clear that it was not for the courts but for politicians to decide how to proceed next. "That means, possibly as early as tomorrow, ministers will put forward what is expected to be an extremely short piece of legislation in the hope of getting MPs to approve it, perhaps within a fortnight." Read Laura's blog in full. What opposition parties say Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said: "Labour respects the result of the referendum and the will of the British people and will not frustrate the process for invoking Article 50." But he added that his party would "seek to amend the Article 50 Bill to prevent the Conservatives using Brexit to turn Britain into a bargain basement tax haven off the coast of Europe".
about the chemical, even though the EUs food safety authority and the EPA have said there is not a cancer link. The European Commission must decide on market approval for glyphosate by the end of the year while the EPA is expected to release its draft risk assessment for the pesticide this spring. MAS INSTANT OATS: A front-page article in The New York Times on Saturday delved into the debate over whether the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program should be used to improve the diet of the 43 million Americans participating in it, in light of a USDA report that found that sugary beverages are among the top purchases made by SNAP households (and non-SNAP households, too). Read the article here . The food movement should join forces with progressive social justice groups to navigate the Trump era, Michael Pollan, Mark Bittman, Olivier De Schutter and Ricardo Salvador write in a column for Civil Eats. Hundreds of farmers in Zimbabwe are participating in a crop insurance pilot to see if it helps spur economic development, Bloomberg reports . Brazil is providing $3.7 billion in subsidized financing to farmers so they can purchase inputs like seeds and fertilizer to prepare for the 2017 crop, Reuters reports . The leader of the California board charged with protecting farmworkers rights resigned on Friday, The L.A. Times reported . THAT'S ALL FOR MA!
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