The Lingering Uncertainty Over Article 50
Theresa May insisted Britain’s exit from the European Union won’t be obstructed by judges or lawmakers as the backlash after last week’s constitutional ruling deepened the country’s political schism. May said her government had a strong legal case to make on appeal. The ruling on Thursday by a High Court panel provoked the Daily Mail to brand its judges as “enemies of the people,” evidence of an increasingly toxic political climate in which no national institution is considered sacred. BNP Paribas Investment Strategist Daniel Morris discusses with Anna Edwards and Yousef Gamal El-Din on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."