The term Brexit can be heard everywhere in Britain and abroad. It is a huge moment for the UK and the outcome of the vote will affect Britain for years to come. Many are not happy with the result of the referendum and the decision to leave. A legal challenge has been brought against the result of the referendum. Of course this is an expensive proposition. To those in the industry is may come as no surprise that the case has secured litigation funding.
The two legal challenges were presented on October 4th by a cross-party group of politicians from Northern Ireland and other anti-Brexit campaigners. The high court heard how Northern Ireland’s departure from the EU would undermine the Good Friday Agreement (GFA) and the peace process.
It has been claimed by The News Letter  that Chuck Feeney is source of the funding. Whether this has come directly from him or one or the organisations he contributes to is not clear. Chuck himself may not support the case at all.
Although Feeney’s name is neither published nor referred to in court, it is now believed that these challenges are being funded by Feeney, whose roots are in Ireland’s northern counties. 
Charles “Chuck” Feeney once stated, “I had one idea that never changed in my mind – that you should use your wealth to help people.”
Whether the case is helping or hindering you depends on which way you voted.
A similar legal challenge is being brought by investment banker Gina Miller and London-based Spanish hairdresser Deir Dos Santos acting with the People’s Challenge group. It appears the funding is a mixture of legal aid and pro bono work by a solicitors firm for this challenge.