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The woman who took the Government to court over Brexit has threatened to return if Theresa May doesn't come good on her promises.
Businesswoman Gina Miller told Sky News that if the Government did not stick to its promise to give Parliament a say in the Brexit negotiations and final deal, then she would return to the courts.
Speaking after the Brexit Bill cleared its final hurdle in the House of Lords, Ms Miller said she was "bitterly disappointed" MPs hadn't fought harder to amend the bill to force the PM to give them a "meaningful vote" on the final EU deal.
Ms Miller took her case against the Government all the way to the Supreme Court and won the ruling that means Mrs May had to win the support of Parliament before triggering Article 50, starting official Brexit proceedings.