U.K. Judges Throw Out Brexit Lawsuit Seeking Single-Market Vote

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Two U.K. judges threw out a lawsuit seeking to force a parliamentary vote on whether Britain should remain in the European Union’s single trading market.

The judges didn’t give a reason for the ruling, but said earlier in the hearing that they were skeptical of the reasoning behind the lawsuit.

The judges will give a full ruling Friday afternoon in London.

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