Theresa May triggers Article 50, starting Brexit process

Theresa May triggers Article 50, starting Brexit process

Theresa May

UK Prime Minister Theresa May is to trigger Article 50 on Wednesday, which is will start the Brexit process that will result the Britain of leaving the European Union within two years.

The official notice under Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, which will be delivered to European Council president, Donald Tusk.

By a statement in the Commons, the prime minister Theresa May will be suggesting  MPs that the time of a decision needs “the moment for the country to come together.” she said.

Referendum of June 2016, most of the MP’s voted in support of the Britain’s decision of leaving the European Union. Theresa May will be addressing over referendum saying, “We are one great union of people and nations with a proud history and a bright future, and now that the decision has been made to leave the EU, it is time to come together.”

Theresa May’s signed letter will be delivered by the British ambassador, Sir Tim Barrow.

at 12:30 BST on Wednesday, to the European Council. After which the Prime Minister Theresa May will be addressing the parliament to announce the begin of Brexit process officially.

Prime Minister will promise to “represent every person in the whole United Kingdom,” she said, during the parliamentarians meeting for deciding the policy, meanwhile the EU citizens settled in Uk are still suspicious regarding their future after Brexit.

“It is my fierce determination to get the right deal for every single person in this country,” she will be addressing

“For, as we face the opportunities ahead of us on this momentous journey, our shared values, interests and ambitions can, and must, bring us together.”

Chancellor Philip Hammond stated that the triggering of Article 50 was “a pivotal moment for Britain” and said that the government “will get a deal”.

He also told ministers adding: “Everybody in the EU and the UK is going to go into this negotiation looking to protect their own interests, We understand that we can’t cherry-pick, we can’t have our cake and eat it – that by deciding to leave the EU and negotiate a future relationship with the EU as an independent nation, there will be certain consequences of that and we accept those.”

Chancellor Philip said, EU citizens could still move to the UK and have their full rights as the UK remains “full members of the EU for the next two years”.

Meanwhile Britain’s former supreme civil servant, Lord Gus O’Donnell supported the triggering of Article 50 to start Brexit immediately, he said, “in a plane being flown by members of the EU and we’re about to jump out and we have got a parachute designed by the people flying the plane – and they have designed it in a way to deter anyone else jumping out”.

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