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Brexit – now it’s 29th March

Brexit – now it’s 29th March

  • 21/03/2017
  • Answered by Red Square London’s Immigration Specialist, Oliver Westmoreland – Ответил наш Специалист по Иммиграционным Вопросам, Оливер Вестморлэнд
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IMMIGRATION BLOG

Brexit – now it’s 29th March

21 March 2017

Political journalists play a special game called “Guess the Date”. theresaTraditionally it was about guessing the date of the next General Election. The previous Government tried to stop this game by introducing the Fixed Term Parliaments Act which, as you might well imagine, aimed to fix the date of the next General Election in advance.

Alas, it didn’t work, and they’re still at it, as a quick glance at the media will confirm.

Anyway, the political journalists have also been playing Guess the Date with the triggering of Brexit, which will start the Brexit negotiation process. For a few beautiful weeks they were able to play Guess the Date with both the General Election and Brexit. The last guess for Brexit was 9th March, which didn’t happen. The whole nation was of course on tenterhooks but the result was a dramatic anti-climax.

But now we know for sure, and this time it must be official because it comes from the Prime Minister’s office. Brexit will be triggered on Wednesday 29th March. It is envisaged that the negotiation process will take two years; so if this be true then we will have left the EU by the end of March 2019. But two years is a long time in politics, and it is not very guaranteeable.

In any event, those potentially affected by Brexit need to concentrate their minds.

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