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Brexit: United Kingdom has informed European Council President Donald Tusk’s office of May’s intention, Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman said..
Prime Minister Theresa May will visit Wales on Monday to engage with nations of United Kingdom before she launches Britain’s departure from European Union.
Prime Minister Theresa May has the right to begin what could be Britain’s most complex negotiations since World War Two.
European leaders are preparing for formal Brexit negotiations to begin within days should Theresa May trigger Article 50 next week.
UK Prime Minister Theresa has said she will trigger Article 50 of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty by the end of this month. Here are key dates in the process…
Money will be one of the most contentious elements of the upcoming divorce talks. Other EU nations want Britain to pay its share of budget commitments — estimated informally by EU officials at roughly 60 billion euros.
Defiant Theresa May is determined to trigger Article 50 within two weeks as planned despite suffering her first Parliamentary defeat over Brexit.
The Lords, the upper chamber of parliament comprising veteran politicians and business leaders, began detailed debate on approving triggering of Article 50.
“I’m confident that we’ll do it before our timetable but not necessarily before the one you played out,” Brexit Secretary David Davis said.
Jeremy Corbyn is set to offer Ed Miliband a position in his shadow cabinet, according to reports. The former Labour leader could replace Clive Lewis as shadow business secretary if he quits over Brexit .
Jolyon Maugham London Lawyer, an opponent of leaving the EU, said it was right for Prime Minister Theresa May to start the exit process.
Jeremy Corbyn has accused Theresa May of “demeaning” her office and her country by threatening to make the UK an offshore tax haven if she cannot get the Brexit deal she wants from the EU.
“But if we are forced to be something different, then we will have to become something different,” Hammond said about Britain’s plans to lower corporate tax.
Supreme Court is expected to rule in the next two weeks on whether the government can trigger Article 50 of the European Union’s Lisbon Treaty.
“First of all I will be setting out some more details in the coming weeks as we look ahead to triggering Article 50,” British PM Theresa May said.
According to a report “Brexit: Six months on,” London could still be forced to pay pensions of former workers of European Union until 2030 despite Brexit.
Britain’s membership of European single market has become contentious issue in post-Brexit debate. And the legal issues involved are proving rather tricky.
David Davis has become the first Cabinet minister to indicate that Brexit could be stopped by the Government even after Article 50 is triggered.
Secrecy damaging Theresa May’s preparations for triggering Article 50 and the Government’s plans for Brexit negotiations with the EU, Whitehall experts say.
Pro-Brexit critics have cast the legal battles as an attempt by a pro-EU establishment to thwart the result of June’s referendum.