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BREXIT: Summit in Salzburg

September 19, 2018

We are moving towards planning an emergency EU meeting in November with a view to Brexit, two months ahead of schedule. The topics covered will mainly be Ireland, but also some other issues such as intellectual property and the jurisdictional reach of the EU courts in enforcing the agreement.

We’re getting closer to Brexit, with the EU having put in place the protections it sought from the start.

What can still happen?

The slightest shift in parliamentary arithmetic could lead to the country not being able to accept the “Brexit” deal, regardless of its terms.

Outside parliament, there are calls for a new referendum, so there is a possibility of not having Brexit, or at least delaying it. However, there may not be enough time for such a scenario.

So, on 29 March 2019, with the application of the law, the UK will cease to be a member of the EU unless something exceptional happens.

Article from “Financial Times”

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