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Brexit _ UKCA marking April 01, 2019 Update

Using the UKCA marking if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

GOV-UK - April 01, 2019 publishing

Background Breaking News

• 29 March: House of Commons rejected Brexit divorce deal for third time (344 votes to 286 against, a majority of 58). • 1 April: House of Commons rejects all Brexit options — again.

_ The result of the second round of so-called indicative votes means that with just 10 days until Brexit day (April 12nd) the country still has no plan to present to EU27 leaders next week that could form the basis of a further extension to the Article 50 negotiating period.

The alternative is to leave with no deal, with all the economic disruption that entails.

• Prime Minister promises to step down if MPs pass Brexit deal.

• EU diplomats discuss delaying Brexit beyond 2019.

The new end date would be for leaders to decide, but the “common understanding” among the ambassadors was that it would last at least until the end of the year, but “not so much beyond,” the diplomat explained.

• 29 March: EU Council President, Donald Tusk, calls emergency Council meeting on 10 April 2019.

• EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says the UK has three options left:1. Accepting Theresa May’s stalled deal;2. A damaging no-deal Brexit;3. A long delay to the UK’s leaving date.

Extract from : SIDDIV Brexit Weekly Media Monitoring (28 March – 2 April 2019)

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