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Brexit: What we know

After Britain and the European Union reached a historic deal on Friday on the terms of the Brexit divorce, here is an outline of what we know so far about the UK's departure: - Timing - Following Britain's vote to leave the European Union in a June 2016 referendum, the country is officially scheduled to break off on March 29, 2019. Negotiations with Brussels began in June, with three key issues -- the financial settlement, EU citizens' rights and the Irish border -- to be settled before talks could move on to the future trade relationship between the two parties.
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