What is the Supreme Court which has ruled on Brexit?
The UK Supreme Court is a relatively new addition to the British constitution. It was set up by Tony Blair's government and started work in 2009. It took on the job of being the UK's ultimate court of appeal which was previously done by the Law Lords. It has 11 judges on it.
Why did a court stop President Trump's ban on people entering the US from Muslim countries?
Does the ruling by the UK Supreme Court that the UK government has to have an Act of Parliament before it triggers article 50 mean that Brexit won't happen? Will Brexit still happen?