On 12 June 2019, the European Commission adopted a communication on the state of play of preparations of contingency measures for a no-deal Brexit.
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EU agrees to further extension to Article 50
The EU has agreed to a further extension to Article 50.
UK to request further extension to Article 50
The Prime Minister made a statement on 2 April 2019, confirming that the UK would be seeking a further short extension to Article 50, to 22 May.
EU agrees extension to Article 50
The EU has agreed to a short extension to Article 50
UK formally requests an extension to Article 50
Following the recent vote in the House of Commons to seek an extension to Article 50, the Prime Minister has now submitted a formal request.
Parliament votes to request an extension to Article 50
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The House of Commons has voted by a clear majority (413 – 202) to approve the Government’s motion seeking agreement with the EU on an extension to Article 50.
Parliament votes to reject ‘no deal’ Brexit
The House of Commons has voted against the UK leaving the EU without a deal.
Government loses second ‘meaningful vote’ on Withdrawal Agreement
The Government has lost its second meaningful vote in Parliament in relation to approval of the draft Withdrawal Agreement.
UK Government agrees additions to the Withdrawal Agreement
The UK Government has agreed ‘legally binding’ changes to the draft Withdrawal Agreement in an effort to secure Parliamentary approval for the deal by which the UK will leave the EU.
Brexit: Theresa May statement to Parliament
On 26 February 2019, Prime Minister Theresa May issued a statement to the House of Commons regarding the progress of ongoing Brexit negotiations with the EU, and steps forward.