The British public aren’t the only ones who get a vote. Britain’s high court ruled yesterday that Prime Minister Theresa May can’t act unilaterally to take her country out of the European Union. Her government says it’s a clear attempt to frustrate the democratic referendum vote, and is challenging the ruling. Should it lose in next month’s appeal, the case could potentially be escalated to the European Court of Justice. Meanwhile, May will reportedly tell EU officials she’s still planning to start the Brexit process by March 2017.