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A European Union court has thrown out a case arguing that the legal process triggering Brexit was illegal because British expats who had lived abroad for more than 15 years could not vote in the referendum.

Thirteen British citizens, led by Harry Shindler, a 97-year-old veteran of World War Two who lives in Italy, had asked the General Court to cancel a European Council decision authorising the start of the Brexit negotiations. The decision to start Brexit talks was also contested because it did not protect the expats' rights as EU citizens.

The General Court, a lower chamber of the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, agreed with lawyers for the Council. It said it was not the Council decision...

A European Union court has thrown out a case arguing that the legal process triggering Brexit was illegal because British expats who had lived abroad for more than 15 years could not vote in the referendum.

Thirteen British citizens, led by Harry Shindler, a 97-year-old veteran of World War Two who lives in Italy, had asked the General Court to cancel a European Council decision authorising the start of the Brexit negotiations. The decision to start Brexit talks was also contested because it did not protect the expats' rights as EU citizens.

The General Court, a lower chamber of the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, agreed with lawyers for the Council. It said it was not the Council decision...

A European Union court has thrown out a case arguing that the legal process triggering Brexit was illegal because British expats who had lived abroad for more than 15 years could not vote in the referendum.

Thirteen British citizens, led by Harry Shindler, a 97-year-old veteran of World War Two who lives in Italy, had asked the General Court to cancel a European Council decision authorising the start of the Brexit negotiations. The decision to start Brexit talks was also contested because it did not protect the expats' rights as EU citizens.

The General Court, a lower chamber of the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, agreed with lawyers for the Council. It said it was not the Council decision...

A European Union court has thrown out a case arguing that the legal process triggering Brexit was illegal because British expats who had lived abroad for more than 15 years could not vote in the referendum.

Thirteen British citizens, led by Harry Shindler, a 97-year-old veteran of World War Two who lives in Italy, had asked the General Court to cancel a European Council decision authorising the start of the Brexit negotiations. The decision to start Brexit talks was also contested because it did not protect the expats' rights as EU citizens.

The General Court, a lower chamber of the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, agreed with lawyers for the Council. It said it was not the Council decision...