Scotlands highest civil courts is to hear a legal action to establish whether the UK could reverse Brexit without needing agreement from Brussels.
The case has been raised by seven pro-Europe MPs, MEPs and MSPs from four parties in Scotland.
They want to ask the Court of Session in Edinburgh to refer the issue to the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg for a ruling on whether the UK can change its mind and halt the Article 50 process without the approval of the other 27 member states if voters decide the final deal is unacceptable.
The Scottish court could choose to throw out the argument, or agree to pass it on to the ECJ. A crowdfunding campaign to pay for the cross-party groups legal costs has already passed its 50,000 target.
It said in a recent statement that many experts believe the UK can choose to stay in the EU without permission, but the only way to be sure is for a court
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