It is the turn of the British Parliament to approve the bill tabled by Theresa May on January 26, which must trigger the Brexit.
It will also launch the negotiations with Brussels and the article 50 of the European Treaty allowing the exit of the United Kingdom from the EU. The government wants to activate it next March. Then it must be presented to the House of Commons and the House of Lords before obtaining the royal assent. All this should be done before the deadline on March 31.
Theresa May throws herself in at the deep end: after launching a “hard Brexit”, she will be the first guest of President Trump.
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