UK - European Union - Brexit.
Brexit Day is the date on which the legal changes for the UK to leave the EU are scheduled to take effect.
Following the triggering of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty in March 2017, Brexit Day was orginally established as Friday 29 March 2019.
Following requests from the UK and decisions of the EU 27, potential Brexit Days currently include 31 January 2020.
Other dates are also possible, depending on negotiations and votes in the UK parliament.
No Deal and No Brexit both remain possible - though less likely - outcomes, compared with a negotiated settlement.
- Article 50
- EU 27
- European Union
- Great Repeal Act
- Make UK
- No Brexit
- No Deal
- Parliamentary supremacy
- United Kingdom