Theresa May set to trigger Brexit Article 50

UK Prime Minister Theresa May will on Wednesday trigger the formal, two-year process of negotiations that will lead to Britain leaving the European Union (EU). Late on Tuesday, a photograph was released of her signing a letter invoking Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty and officially notifying the EU of Britain’s decision to withdraw from the… Please follow and like us:

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Scotland to seek approval for second independence referendum

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced Monday that she will seek permission to hold a second referendum on breaking away from the United Kingdom, warning that Brexit could cause economic damage for Scotland. Credit: Scottish government Speaking in the Scottish capital of Edinburgh, Sturgeon said she will seek approval from the Scottish parliament to begin discussions… Please follow and like us:

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EU casts doubt on British growth prospects amid Brexit uncertainty

An official EU forecast published on Monday said that Britain’s economic growth will slow over the next two years amid uncertainty that surround the country’s future relationship with the EU. Prime Minister Theresa May is widely expected to trigger Article 50, the piece of EU law that provides for quitting the EU, at a summit of… Please follow and like us:

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Britain’s Parliament Votes to Trigger Brexit

Britain moved one step closer to a final separation from the European Union late Wednesday as members of parliament voted overwhelmingly to begin the process. Lawmakers voted 498-114 to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty to begin Brexit negotiations. The vote represents a victory for Prime Minister Theresa May, whose government aims to begin the… Please follow and like us:

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