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Brexit Means March: Theresa May Will Trigger EU Divorce In Q1 Of 2017

"Brexit means Brexit", and now we know that it also means March 2017, according to a much anticipated Article 50 timetable revealed today by the UK's new prime minister. After weeks of speculation on the UK's timetable for invoking Article 50, and eventually exiting the EU, Prime Minister Theresa May today announced she’ll begin the U.K.’s withdrawal from the European Union in the first quarter of 2017, ending speculation about the start of the 2-year Brexit process.
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