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Britain's decision to leave the EU could be stopped entirely following the Supreme Court's ruling that Parliament must decide on it, according to the German media.

The Supreme Court decision means that Article 50 can only be triggered by a vote in Parliament, and not by the Government. But that decision might stop it happening at all, German newspapers have speculated.

Die Welt quoted the head of the German Institute for Economic Research, Michael Huether, who said that the political fallout from Brexit may become too much and the public and MPs may change their mind. That could happen when they realise the decision is economically unaffordable, he said.