The British government had not sought permission to appeal the ruling in the supreme court, the judge said, meaning that it could now either rework the policy or choose to scrap the project.
British PM Boris Johnson quickly appointed Javid's deputy Rishi Sunak, a loyal supporter of the prime minister who has often been put in front of the cameras to sell government policy.
The step amounts to a victory for electric cars that if copied globally could hit the wealth of oil producers, as well as transform the car industry and one of the icons of 20th Century capitalism: the automobile itself.
Without the UK military, the EU might need NATO protection more than ever, which can increase the political leverage of Turkey in Europe as a second biggest army in the alliance.
The British government promised sweeping changes to the system for dealing with convicted terrorists released from prison after a man stabbed two people in a busy south London street on Sunday.
Police shoot and kill a man in Streatham neighborhood of south London after at least two people are stabbed, officials say.
"We'll want to cooperate and we expect the EU to follow through on their commitment to a Canada-style free trade agreement," says British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab.
Hard work of building new economic ties between EU and its ex-member begins as Britain formally leaves economic bloc after 47 years of membership.
Britain becomes the first country to quit the European Union after 47 years in the club, leaving 27 member states that will now regard it as a third country.
In Brussels, EU Council President Charles Michel and Commission leader Ursula von der Leyen are due to sketch out the first steps as a bloc of 27, rather than 28. UK PM Boris Johnson will meet his Cabinet in the pro-Brexit town of Sunderland.
Britain leaves the European Union today and starts work to rewrite its relationship with the bloc. Britain joined what was then called the European Economic Community on January 1, 1973, and voted out on June 23, 2016 in a referendum by the Tories.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the face of the Brexit campaign, says he will celebrate "respectfully" to mark the day the United Kingdom ends its more than 40-year membership of the European Union.
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