Wednesday, March 29, is a hugely significant day in Britain — it's the day Prime Minister Theresa May officially starts the Brexit process by signing the letter triggering Article 50. For half the country, it's the start of what they voted for. Show More Summary
Tim Barrow, Britain’s ambassador to the EU, will deliver the notification letter to European Council President Donald Tusk.
Today, the UK formally notifies its intention to leave the EU – setting the Article 50 withdrawal process into motion. Open Europe’s Vincenzo Scarpetta takes a look at what happens next, discussing the main potential sticking points of the upcoming Brexit negotiations. The post Theresa May triggers Article 50 – what next? appeared first on Open Europe.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will submit a letter triggering “Article 50” on Wednesday, kicking off the formal process for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union. Divorces can be messy — and drawn out. Anger, regret and coldhearted calculations can lead the two sides to an agreement that neither side wanted or expected. […]
Good morning! Here's what you need to know in markets on Wednesday. 1. Prime Minister Theresa May has signed the Article 50 letter of notification that she will send to the European Union on Wednesday to formally get Brexit underway....Show More Summary
LONDON — Prime Minister Theresa May is going to trigger Article 50 on Wednesday, starting the two-year negotiation process of Britain leaving the European Union. Berenberg Bank, one of the oldest investment banks in the world, wrote a report for clients ahead of the trigger on how Brexit talks are likely to shape up. Show More Summary
Prime Minister Theresa May will send a letter to Donald Tusk formally requesting Brexit. The UK's chief diplomat to the European Union will hand the letter over in person at lunchtime. May will make a statement to Parliament callingShow More Summary
British prime minister photographed signing letter that will be delivered to European Union triggering Britain's exit.
Theresa May was photographed signing Article 50, the letter that begin the irreversible process of leaving the EU
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday signed the historic letter that will launch Brexit when it is delivered to Brussels on Wednesday, a photo released by her office showed. Sitting in front of a lone Union Jack national flag...Show More Summary
Britain's Daily Mail newspaper faced a backlash Tuesday for comparing the legs on show when British Prime Minister Theresa May and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon held talks. While the two leaders clashed over Brexit, which May...Show More Summary
March 28th, 2017 the U.K. files EU divorce papers. Nine months later and British Prime Minister Theresa May is prepared... The post Bye, Bye EU! PM May Signs Letters, Initiates BREXIT Departure (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May will file formal Brexit divorce papers on Wednesday, pitching the United Kingdom into the unknown and triggering years of uncertain negotiations that will test the endurance of the European Union.
LONDON — Prime Minister Theresa May has signed the Article 50 letter of notification that she will send to the European Union on Wednesday to formally get Brexit underway. May was pictured in Downing Street on Wednesday evening adding...Show More Summary
Prime Minister Theresa May hails joint economic and trade committee with Gulf state as Britain prepares for Brexit.