The key Brexit dates in 2018 and 2019 – from the EU summit to the end of the transition periodDecember 16, 2018
Here are the key Brexit dates you need to know.
- 13-14 December – EU summit. If a deal has not been done by October, this is the fallback option if the two sides still want to reach an agreement
Ratification of the withdrawal agreement by the UK Parliament and the European Parliament.
- 21 January – If the government has not presented its withdrawal agreement by this date, powers for MPs to influence ministers' next steps will kick in
- 21-22 March – The final summit that the UK is expected to attend as a member of the EU
- Before 29 March – Parliament will have to pass the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill to implement the withdrawal agreement, assuming it was approved by Parliament beforehand
- 29 March, at 11pm – The UK leaves the EU. A special summit of the 27 other EU countries soon after the UK's exit is expected, but has not yet been scheduled
- 23-26May Elections for the European Parliament in 27 EU countries (the UK will no longer be represented in the parliament)
- 31 December – If all goes to plan, this will be the last date of the transition period
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