Although Mr Fouchet accepted chances of success were uncertain, he said there were “serious arguments” in favour of the case.
If successful, Mr Fouchet said he will call for a second referendum to be held, with all adult British voters being asked whether Brexit negotiations should go ahead or whether the process should be reversed, meaning the UK could stay in the EU.
Over last few years I've been trying to make wherever 'here' is feel like home - from Thailand to Germany and who knows where next...
My mission, to paraphrase the wonderful Maya Angelou, is to thrive, and not just survive in these expat postings.
So, I decided to do it myself and set up 'Making Here Home'.
A group of British Europhile academics, professionals and lawyers based in the UK and France, who call themselves Action Europe, have launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise £15,000 to help the case go ahead.The legal action will have to be requested before the General Court of the European Union by 22 July, two months after the European Council is due to adopt the negotiating directives for Brexit.After that, Mr Fouchet fears it will be “too late”.This is the Expats in Germany Blogs listing page at Expats Whilst we do try to include as many Germany expat blogs as possible, should you know of a blog that deserves a listing please add here.