The Supreme Court has rules that Parliament must vote on whether the government can start the Brexit process and trigger Article 50.
The Remain camp is flush with the sense of "victory", yet their flush will not last long as this is nothing more than a false hope.
The court has also ruled the Scottish Parliament and Welsh and Northern Ireland assemblies did not need a say. A clear victory for Brexit, as the devolved governments won't be able to derail the process.
Additionally, it should be noted that the court stayed well clear of giving a ruling on whether Brexit should go ahead.
Brexit Secretary David Davis has promised a parliamentary bill "within days" (quite possibly tomorrow), and that bill will be a bare bones simple bill indeed. It is expected to be passed by the Commons within a fortnight.
Theresa May has also brought forward her deadline for triggering A50 to mid March.
Like it or not Brexit will occur, as per the wish of the British people, irrespective of law suits and whinging by those who didn't muster enough support to remain in the EU!